Geckos are kept commonly in the reptile hobby and for the most part, are not endangered or restricted. There are few species of gecko that are endangered such as the: Monito Gecko, Reunion Island day gecko.
you can't know how many are left in the wild because they multiply everyday.
in the zoo or the wild or up ma bum
Because the Geckos we have as pets for years and years no menmber of their family has been wild so they are very inbred and have become very different to what they should be like in the wild
Yes i heard of these this called penis geckos they eat penises of of men.
i think it depends on the type of gecko
There are dozens of species of gecko that live in deserts around the world and millions of square miles of deserts. Geckos are very secretive animals and most species emerge at night only. It is absolutely impossible to ever take a census of desert geckos.
crickets its simple
It depends what breed they are really, also it is illegal in some countries to take geckos and skinks from the wild, such as new zealand. Tiny pink geckos in American Southwest often live in homes, and are useful to help control small bugs.
Leopard geckos are one of the few geckos that don't 'stick' they have little claws instead this is because in the wild they dont climb walls only rocks.
Yes, every animal will need to drink water.
* Leopard geckos * Crested Geckos * White Lined Geckos (Skunk Geckos) * Fat-Tailed Geckos * House Geckos * Tokay Geckos * Golden Geckos * Madagascar Ground Geckos * Day Geckos
Depending on the specie of gecko will determine their diet. Some geckos are insectivores, relying on a variety of live feeders as a stable diet and other geckos are omnivorous, relying on a variety of live feeders as well as fruits, saps and pollen.