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  1. lamb

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    I am afraid I really don't know how to call this in English... It is usually seen in warm/southern Italian areas.

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    I don't know if it is exactly a pet, perhaps I choosed the wrong section...
     
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    Awesome!!!! That would be called a 'Gecko' in English. I like the 2nd picture best.
     
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    I thought it was a Geico?

    Heh, I crack myself up. Great capture. We have a lot of those here in Texas.
    I have been wanting to get some shots of one, but they scamper away so quickly.
     
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    I think the name is coleodactylus septentrionalis, but this is not English as well...
    It was quite easy to capture because in the evening they stop by the lights (in this case on a white wall) waiting for something to eat, mostly gnats and mosquitos...
    I prefer the second one as well.
    You can also see many spots on my sensor :angry1:
     
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    LOOK'S Hungry to me!!
     
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    Probably... But since it is 5 cm/2 inches long it doesn't scare me so much...
     
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    Hey the one in the comercial dont look that smooshed and skinny!

    False advertisment!

    Seriously though. Interesting shots!
     
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    was the gecko on your CEILING? because if it was, kudos to you for gettins such a great shot!
     
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    No, it was hanging on a wall above a door, so it looks like on a horizontal surface (at least in the second one)...
    Thanks a lot.
    Luciano
     

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