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  • Gargoyle-Cat Tail Motion?

    I have a beautiful little garg I got from Householder Geckos at the Tinley show, he/she is about 4 months old and is a freak for crickets. I have 3 others at the same age who avoid them.

    The funny thing is that when he is stalking a cricket or while eating one his tail sways in an s-like motion like a cat tail does while they hunt. Cracks us up but none of the other wee ones or adults have ever done this with their tails. Has anyone seen this before?

    Thanks.Alex
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  • #2
    Oh cute, you should make a you-tube of it so we can all see it!!
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    • #3
      my garg won't go near a cricket with a 10ft pole
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      • #4
        I dont know about hunting, since Nexus is too small, but I know when he is walking he holds his tail in the air kind of like a cat. Silly things arent they

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        • #5
          My leopard gecko does that sometimes,its so cute! But I haven't seen any of my Rhacs do it.

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          • #6
            Yeah I've only seen leos do it - definitely get us a video of this. Sounds *adorable*!!!
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            • #7
              I have seen my cresteds and Leos do it also :P its so cute.
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