We have geckos in our house. They reside in the attic and probably inside the walls. Every year there is a new batch of youngsters who hang out by the kitchen window because the kitchen light attracts bugs. I can hear the little ones chirping when I go outside. Every once in a while we see a baby gecko in the house, and we try to catch them and take them outside.
These are not native Arizona geckos. My husband says they are probably of Mediterranean descent and may be ancestors of pets from the former owners. This one that was on the porch ceiling is about 8″ long.
I love my little gecko friends.
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