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    I have pale pink (no markings) and darkish brown (no markings). They are not pets, they just run around our patio, and sometimes my bedroom. They are geckos, but I don't know which are the native Australian ones, and which are the Asian ones that came in (un-invited) and are apparently are decimating our native ones.
    Does anyone know????
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    I have pale pink (no markings) and darkish brown (no markings). They are not pets, they just run around our patio, and sometimes my bedroom. They are geckos, but I don't know which are the native Australian ones, and which are the Asian ones that came in (un-invited) and are apparently are decimating our native ones.
    Does anyone know????
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