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Geckos

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1.  Geckos are small to medium-sized lizards.  They are found all over the world in warm climates.

2.  There are over 1,100 different species of geckos.  Several species, such as the House Gecko,  will enter houses  and climb over the walls and ceilings eating insects. Many people also keep geckos as pets in aquariums.  The most common pet gecko is the Leopard Gecko.

3.  Geckos range in size from 3/4 to 14 inches long.

4.  The life span of a gecko can be as long as 30 years.

5.  Most geckos are nocturnal.

6.  The largest gecko is the Tokay Gecko and the smallest is the Dwarf Gecko.

7.  Geckos come in a wide variety of colors, patterns and textures. Some geckos can change color like chameleons.

8.  Geckos are different from other lizards, because they use vocal chirps to communicate with each other.

9.  Although some geckos have claws, most have thousands of hair-like structures on their feet which allows them to stick to and climb slippery and flat surfaces. Most species of gecko have a clear membrane to protect the eyes instead of eyelids.  They also lick this membrane to keep it clean.

10.  If a gecko accidently loses its tail it has the ability to grow a new one.

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Animal Planet: Leopard Gecko
Animal World: Geckos
Classroom Animals and Pets: Leopard Gecko
Crested Gecko
Enchanted Learning: Geckos
Gecko
Geckos
Geckos Unlimited
Gecko Ranch
Gekko Gecko
Global Gecko Association
House Gecko
Kids Encyclopedia: Gecko
Leopard Gecko Care
Leopard Gecko Guide
Leopard Geckos
Madagascar Pictures: Geckos
Photos of Geckos
Smithsonian: Tokay Gecko
Tokay Geckos
Web-Footed Gecko
Wickipedia: Tokay Gecko 
Wickipedia: Gecko
Fast Facts Resources
 

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