Difference between Gecko and Lizard?


A gecko and lizard are two species of reptiles. One difference between the two species is their physical characteristics. Geckos are small to average sized lizards with large eye pupils, broad toes and scaly skin. They are commonly found in warm climates throughout the world. Geckos eat butterflies, beetles, crickets, cockroaches. Larger geckos prey on mice, small lizards, and birds. Lizards have scaly skin, external ear openings, and moveable eyelids. They feed on fruits, plants, insects.
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