Gecko Life Cycle?

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The life cycle of a gecko begins with the laying of eggs by the females after mating with the males. The eggs are laid in holes in walls and under stones. The eggs are left unattended and hatch in about 3 months. The hatchlings find food for themselves and mature after two years after which they can mate and lay viable eggs.
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Ornate Day Gecko
Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Reptilia Order: Squamata Family: Gekkonidae Genus: Phelsuma Species: Phelsuma ornata
This species is native to the tropical rainforests and coconut plantations of Mauritios They are flexible in chosing their habitat and have succesfully adapted to cultivated areas. Phelsuma ornata... More »
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