What Does a Gecko Eat?


Most geckos feed on cockroaches, termites, mosquitoes as well as other small insects. They feed selectively and carefully to prevent potentially harmful insects from harming them. They attack and kill large insects by banging them into the wall so that they may be able to swallow them easily.
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Gecko is an insectivore eating insects such as crickets, earthworms and grasshoppers. Gecko can be found mainly in arid region, tropical and sub-tropical regions. If kept as a pet, a gecko must be given the right temperature inside a vivarium.
Geckos are tiny lizards that are found in warm climates all over the world. The gecko eats roaches, crickets, and phoenix worms. They also like fresh fruit and honey.
There are a large number of gecko species, about 800. When you are trying to determine what to feed your gecko you will want to know what type you have. The larger the gecko the larger the food will be able to be. Geckos can eat a variety of insects. You can find more information here: http://www.kidcyber.com.au/topics/gecko.htm
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