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    My geckos have recently decided how they’d let me know they’re hungry. And that is by giving me what I call the “Feed me” face. All of them do this, although only two of them actually come out of their hides to make sure I know they’re hungry. Do any of your guys gecko have a “feed me face?

    Firefly is the one at the water dish and Illusion is the one poking his head out of his hide.

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    Truth, ! My leo gets excited when she hears me dust her crickets. She also has a "water, please" message.

    This weekend after particularly warm and busy days last week, I found my leo hanging out in her empty water dish.
    "If you can hear crickets, it's still summer." ;)

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    every time Citrine sees me set a container of mealworms, or any of his supplement on his stand, he will come out and pace in front of the glass, while staring at me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elizabeth Freer View Post
    Truth, ! My leo gets excited when she hears me dust her crickets. She also has a "water, please" message.

    This weekend after particularly warm and busy days last week, I found my leo hanging out in her empty water dish.
    Oh boy, mine haven’t done that yet but I have no doubt in my mind that Firefly would do that if I ever dared let her water dish get empty. She’s the biggest diva. Today was waxworm day and when I went to offer her waxworms, she just looked at me before closing her eyes and going to sleep XD.

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    every time Citrine sees me set a container of mealworms, or any of his supplement on his stand, he will come out and pace in front of the glass, while staring at me.

    Before Illusion discovered that he can just tell me to feed him by looking at me, he used to pace back and forth whenever I brought the cricket cup out. And then he’d strike at the glass impatiently. I’ve seen him attempt (and fail) to climb the glass to get to the superworm container before. He’s not a very smart gecko haha
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    Before Illusion discovered that he can just tell me to feed him by looking at me, he used to pace back and forth whenever I brought the cricket cup out. And then he’d strike at the glass impatiently. I’ve seen him attempt (and fail) to climb the glass to get to the superworm container before. He’s not a very smart gecko haha
    Citrine does that to! he will also strike through the glass, along with trying to climb out.

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