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    I've had my gecko for several months (rehomed several times, but very healthy). He is very tame, but some times when we pick him up he presses his jaw onto our hands or for the lack of a better description, forcefully licks us or rubs his chin on us. He is always fully supported under our hands when we pick him up, and he doesn't seem like he is spooked.

    He first started doing it when he first shed, but has had two successful sheds since. I haven't heard of any geckos doing this, but the vet said he seems to be okay (Weighs about 140 grams, no parasites, normal feeding and excrement behavior).

    Is it just an odd mannerism or should I look into taking him to a different vet?

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