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General Note: Accelerated Reader AR Lower Grades 4.3 0.5 quiz: 63479 disk(s): Custom
Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary, etc.: Describes the life cycle and habits of the leopard gecko.
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K-3 Medialog, Inc.
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Accelerated Reader AR Lower Grades 4.3 0.5 quiz: 63479 disk(s): Custom
Subject: Leopard gecko Juvenile literature
Leopard gecko

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The Leopard Gecko
The Leopard Gecko
by Miller, Jake
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The Leopard Gecko


Named for its spotted skin, the leopard gecko is popular with lizard enthusiasts because it is small, easy to care for, and gentle. This lizard is an excellent cricket hunter, and eats as much as it can when food is abundant, storing fat in its tail to get it through lean times.
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