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    It could be a possibility. I have heard that crested geckos will eat their own tail if they drop it so who knows...
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    Spotty is usually a clumsy hunter and one time he was sitting up on his little reptile hammock when it was time for feeding. So, I dropped a cricket up on the hammock so that my little spoiled boy wouldnt have to walk down to get it. The cricket is on the hammock and so is spotty. The cricket is just chilling there, while spotty is approaching to get it. Suddenly, his claw gets stuck in between the super mini holes. He tries to attack the cricket but cannot reach it because his claw got stuck. He could not get it out for a few seconds and I gently helped him out. He later caught the cricket with satisfaction on his little face.
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