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This leopard gecko is about a year old and the person i got it off didn't take care of it very well so its the size of a 3 month leopard gecko instead of a year thats why im having trouble sexing it but i have got its tail fatter when it use to be thin its also fast and its poop is healthy and it eats well so its doing well but i think its female and is it possible for it to still grow after so long it has shedded recently.
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This leopard gecko is about a year old and the person i got it off didn't take care of it very well so its the size of a 3 month leopard gecko instead of a year thats why im having trouble sexing it but i have got its tail fatter when it use to be thin its also fast and its poop is healthy and it eats well so its doing well but i think its female and is it possible for it to still grow after so long it has shedded recently. DSC_0481_zps2e48d9e1.jpg Photo by MattysHomeReptiles | Photobucket

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Do you know how much it weighs? Looks female to me from what I can tell from that pic. She will bulk up somewhat with the proper care and supplements but I think she may always be smaller then she would have been if given proper care from the start.
What are you feeding her and what supplements are you giving?
 

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I would say female at that age and weight and the pic : victory:
 

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as said already looks female:2thumb: full pics of the gecko would be great to see if its underweight etc, we have some small females who weight 57-60g and are in good health and have good fat reserves, some leos are small some a bigger.:2thumb:
 
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