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    Hey guys! It's been awhile since my last post. Anyways I haven't seen my Geckos breeding but I know they are because of the "breeding bite mark" I see on the females. I left my bedroom door open so I can peek to see if they're breeding because it seems they won't breed when I'm there.Not trying to be a perv but just wanted to be sure they're breeding I swear that whenever I peek by the door even though I tip toed quietly so they can't hear me coming, they stare at me! Whenever I walk in my room, they turn around and stare ate me no matter what position their body is in. And finally the female jumps on my hand and then she looks at me! My friends who aren't into reptiles were astonished and amazed how intelligent these lizards are! Has anyone had similar experience?
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    I have a few geckos that will look at me when I'm doing chores in the gecko room. It is very interesting! I've got one that will come lick water off the misting bottle tip as I let it dribble out!!
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    Most of my geckos watch me, it is neat to watch them watch me.
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    Samboozle, perhaps some good Van Morrison "moondance" music will help the couple out.
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    My cresties stare through me at nights. Also, my tokay and golden geckos will come out and watch me when I'm back in my bedroom (where their enclosures are.
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    i just got my first leopard gecko ( named Jude from the song "Hey Jude" by the Beatles ) and at night when im watching TV he sit on his cactus with and stares at me for awile he actually watches the television sometimes!
    i think its their nature to be curious

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    they're also defensive and are always on the lookout for a threat. something large and moving might be a predator. I'm pretty sure my Tokay thinks I'm up to no good - she watches me very suspiciously
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    Quote Originally Posted by spankyleatherlips View Post
    Samboozle, perhaps some good Van Morrison "moondance" music will help the couple out.
    LOL I might try that!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aimless View Post
    they're also defensive and are always on the lookout for a threat. something large and moving might be a predator. I'm pretty sure my Tokay thinks I'm up to no good - she watches me very suspiciously
    My neighbors cat came into my room (I left my apartment door open) and my geckos hid inside the bamboo. At least I'm comfortable knowing they don't see me as a threat to them. At least I like think so
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