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Re: If geckos can't be blue........


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Posted by falconer44 on February 15, 2003 at 09:03:59:

In Reply to: If geckos can't be blue........ posted by kissametoukas on February 14, 2003 at 18:35:01:

well, i am not sure on all the stuff i quoted, but i was talking about crested geckos. Crested geckos and tokays are different species, so if one can be blue it dosent mean the other can.
I admit the fact that tokays, day geckos, and many other species can be blue, but what i am saying is that to date there is no blue CRESTED gecko, that is truly blue like a tokay or day gecko is.
I am sorry i did not make that more clear in my first post

: THEN EXPLAIN THIS TO ME PLEASE !!!!



:
:Not only are tokays blue geckos, but they're quite common!





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