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    Baby gecko found in a hotel, possibly traveled in a suitcase as Geckos are not found in the wild in my country. ID?
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    What country were you visiting? Could possibly be a Moorish gecko?

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    It looks more like a house gecko (Hemidactylus) to me, but I'm not sure.

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    I wasn’t visiting anywhere. This gecko was brought to me by one of the hotel cleaners, he was found in a room, where he originated from is a mystery.

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    It's not unusual for house geckos to arrive in unusual places in a shipment of grasses or produce from their country of origin.

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    Hemidactylus turcicus I think.

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