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    Default Who can identify the new geckos i got...lol

    Well guys i just got these new guys ..lets see who can identify them....i got 3 juvies.










    Let the fun begin

    thanx
    Nash
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    It looks like a hybrid between a striped African fat tailed and a tokay.

    Sweet gecko non the less
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    Looks like a Bibron's Thick-toed Gecko to me not sure though
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    sorry to say guys but both the guesses are wrong........its farelr rare in captivity........well atleast in canada.
    Nash
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    The only name I can think of for that one is the common gecko.....latin is uhhh....tarentola something. I'm probably wrong though.
    1.0.0 Bearded Dragons (Jack)
    2.3.3 Crested Geckos (Stubble, Lucia, Nubble, Jakalope, Brick, Killswitch, Engage)
    1.2.3 Gargoyle Geckos (Lexington, Bronx, Broadway, Brooklyn, Hudson, Iago)
    1.0.0 Leachianus (Grimlock)
    0.0.1 Northern Pine Snake (Maynard)
    4.2.0 Cats (Nanners, Waldo, Weiland, Rillers, Piggy & Moo)

    Rhacs are like Jello, there's always room for more!

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    Ahhh! Tarentola Gigas! Giant Wall gecko?
    1.0.0 Bearded Dragons (Jack)
    2.3.3 Crested Geckos (Stubble, Lucia, Nubble, Jakalope, Brick, Killswitch, Engage)
    1.2.3 Gargoyle Geckos (Lexington, Bronx, Broadway, Brooklyn, Hudson, Iago)
    1.0.0 Leachianus (Grimlock)
    0.0.1 Northern Pine Snake (Maynard)
    4.2.0 Cats (Nanners, Waldo, Weiland, Rillers, Piggy & Moo)

    Rhacs are like Jello, there's always room for more!

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    thats right jeebus....i never heard the common gecko name used for them......well iam proud to be one of the few peoples in canada to have em.....lol
    Nash
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    AH!! Are they very handable or flighty/nippy?
    & THE FAMILY ;
    geckos: 5.9.3 ciliatus ; 1.0.0 chahoua ; 0.1.0 leachie ; 1.1.0 CxC hybrid
    balls: 2.0.0 pied ; 0.1.0 golden ; 1.0.0 pastel 50% het ghost ; 1.0.0 100% het pied ; 0.1.0 spider ;
    0.1.0 mojave ( F S )
    furry: 6.5 rats ; 1.0 devon rex purr ; 0.1 heeler mix woof

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    they act like they are on steroids....vey flighty......sometimes they would catch crickets in the air while u r throwing crickets in the tank.
    thanx
    Nash
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    I knew it when I saw it! Nice! where did you get that! they are rare in the US also! They are like power fed helmeted geckos on crack! NICE GECKO!

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