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    Default Growing up fast and still no name!


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    Back in February i made a new addition to my classroom. i attach some photos below he\she is a sassy little thing with lots of attitude! For a while they would only eat crickets and would spend multiple days hiding only coming out late in the evening. We have now grown a wonderful relationship and insists on being held almost daily. If I miss the scheduled holding time (on his\her schedule) this gecko will pout on top of a rock or try to climb the walls until I move near the tank. If anyone could help me identify the gender of this sassy little gecko, i would truly appreciate it.
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    Im saying female but with yhe way its tail is bent it could be hiding the bulge
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    I'd agree with Newbreeder, it does look like a female
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    Thanks. That was my suspicion, but I am no expert! It was difficult to get a picture she is not one to sit still! Thanks again : )

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