ReptiPro 5000

Gecko Time is pleased to announce a new contest, our first in many months.  The producers of the Reptipro5000 incubator have generously provided us with two incubators to award as prizes.  To enter the contest, please send us a photo, drawing or written description of any type of gecko that you have hatched or hope to hatch from your incubator.  This can be an actual morph of a gecko or a rendering of your fantasy gecko (for example, a solid black leopard gecko with red eyes).  Photoshopped pictures are welcome, but please indicate whether this is an actual gecko or a photoshopped submission. 

We would like to get as many submissions as possible and will publish them all in our article that will run on April 5. We do not, however, want to attempt to deal with judging these submissions.  Consequently, we will be carrying out a random drawing via Random.org to choose the 2 winners.  So, if you send a submission, it will be published on April 5 and you will also qualify to participate in the drawing. We hope to have a lot of interesting and exciting geckos to publish and to also have two lucky entrants ready to make their dream geckos a reality with their new incubators.

Make sure to check out ReptiPro’s new website at www.incubators.org.

Here are a few quick rules:

  • Only one submission per household.
  • Winners are chosen through a random drawing at the discretion of GeckoTime.
  • Use common sense, be polite, and play fair. If you do then we will too :).

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Aliza is a home care speech therapist living in the Boston area. She successfully bred a variety of gecko species between 2005 and 2017. She currently cares for a large number of geckos as well as a few frogs and bearded dragons. Other interests which she pursues in her copious free time include work in ceramics, practicing aikido and surfing the internet.

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