Little lizard on left side

Terri the Lizard Lady

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Little lizard on right side

R. leachianus
Nuu Ana

R. leachianus, also called giant geckos or leachies, are the largest known gecko species in the world. Some individuals can attain the size of a man's forearm. They come in various subspecies depending on which island they were found, such as Nuu Ana, Nuu Ami, Mt. Koghis etc. These geckos also have a rough-textured skin and various patterns, colors and markings. They, like the other species, have fairly shallow teeth, but these geckos have powerful jaws so they can inflict a little damage. Several of mine are territorial, and best handled outside of their cages where they are docile and tractable.

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Joonbug length of 11" and 206 grams
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JZ length of 12".

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