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During the colder months leos will tend to eat less and be less active. However you should continue to offer food. It is important to build up the calcium reserves of females you intend to breed.
It’s best if the female is 60g or more as she will loose weight as she produces eggs.

Also I have found that they will breed at pretty much anytime of year but I mate mine during March time so the young hatch during summer.

Make sure you know everything you need to before you intruduce the male. If you need any help just ask.
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