Geckos are reptiles and are found on all the continents except Antarctica. – Geckos are also able to shed their tails if a predator grabs them. – Most geckos are nocturnal, which means they are active at night, but day geckos are active during the – Female geckos lay their eggs in leaves and bark. – There are many species of geckos.
Geckos have adapted to habitats from rain forests to deserts to cold mountain slopes.
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