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Uroplatus TRUE Ebenaui CB AVAIL NOW

Uroplatus TRUE Ebenaui CB AVAIL NOW


We have a small group of True Ebenaui Babies, 5 months old, Unrelated and captive-bred.

5 Months old, eating fruit flies and 1/4″ Crickets.

RARE!!! Amazing-looking pairs are available now! Uroplatus Ebenaui. Hard to find. These leaf tails are becoming harder to get; we hope we are wrong, but given the decreasing numbers allowed to be exported yearly, they’ll soon be put on hold for exporting, making them impossible to get. Start your breeding project now!

  • Males and Females Available.
  • Pictures are samples of past imports. We don’t have any pictures of the animals coming, but we expect them to be as nice as the ones posted.
  • Orders are 100% refundable if we cannot get what you ordered within 12 months after ordering, but they are not if you cancel them after ordering. Please ensure you agree to our terms and conditions before placing your order.


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The spear point leaf-tailed gecko (Uroplatus Ebenaui) is a gecko native to Madagascar, known for their unique appearance and exceptional camouflage abilities.  They are arboreal creatures that grow to 6-8 inches in length and are active at night, making them great pets for those who prefer to observe their pets during the evening.

Like the Satanic leaf-tailed geckos, they are hardy, low-maintenance pets that are easy to care for and do not require a large terrarium. They feed mainly on insects and can live in captivity for 10-15 years. They are also known for their docile nature. With proper care, they can make wonderful, interactive pets. Please note these are not beginners species.

These incredible animals will be very hard to get in the future; start your breeding project!

Even though our animals arrive in excellent shape and the same as other pets in your household, a fecal test is suggested to check for possible parasites. These are not always present, and this practice should be part of the routine for any serious keeper. Every year, a fecal test should be run on any reptile collection, WC or CB.


Dear Friends,
As I mentioned over the weekend, we are ready for our next shipment. However, I have decided to move the date to April.
The reason: The shipment has to do a stop before coming to Canada; the place where it transfers has an embargo right now due to cold weather. So they are moving our date to mid-February. As you know, this has been a colder than usual winter for us; the temperatures for mid-February in Canada will be way below zero. So I’m not willing to take any risk. I know we are all excited and anxious, but we have to be mindful of what’s best and play it safe.
It will happen in April at the latest rain or shine, guaranteed. But, of course, as soon as the weather shows some mercy and we have temperatures above zero, we’ll move ahead, so we could be getting it in March if the temperatures are proper.
Even if we got them next week as planned, I wouldn’t be able to ship to most of you due to the low temps in your provinces.
Thank you for your support and understanding. I’m sure most of you will agree with me on my decision, and as always, it will be worth it.
If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to contact me on FB chat, email or over the phone.