CB hatchling, CB juvenile, young adult
Oreo Fat-Tailed Gecko for sale – These are captive bred super rare “oreo type morph”
Oreo African fat-tailed geckos are nocturnal ground dwelling geckos that originate from desert areas in West Africa. Baby oreo african fat-tailed geckos for sale are becoming an increasingly popular pet gecko, in part because of their ability to thrive in captivity but also because of their relaxed and docile dispositions and their ease of being handled. When considering an African fat tailed gecko for sale, be sure to only purchase captive bred baby oreo african fat tailed geckos for sale from an experienced African fat tailed gecko breeder.
We have beautiful captive bred baby oreo African Fat Tailed geckos for sale in a variety african fat tailed gecko morphs as well as a variety of ages/sizes. Whether you are looking for a baby african fat tailed gecko for sale, or a juvenile or adults for sale, just select the size/age from the drop down menu.
At Reptiles.com all of our reptiles for sale, including our geckos for sale online are captive bred and NOT wild caught. We have a Biologist ON SITE and offer a Live arrival and FULL 7 day health guarantee on ALL Of our animals. Our guarantee extends to 30 days for all customers who purchase full habitat kits. All of our orders ship via UPS or FedEx Overnight in heated or cooled, insulated containers (when needed) and leave our facility at 6:45PM and are on your doorstep the following morning before noon. One Shipping charge of $39.95 covers up to 5 reptiles for sale online.
All photos are for reference and are not of the animal you will be receiving. We go by age, not size, as each animal grows at its own rate. Hatchlings are 1-3 months, juveniles are 3.5-6 months, young adults are 6 months. Our biologist will send an animal from whatever end of that age range we have available at that time. We do our best to sex the reptiles we sell, however, we cannot guarantee sex for anything that is purchased other than adults. We are accurate on most juveniles and hatchlings, but we do make mistakes as some animals do not show their sex as early as others, depending on many factors.