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    No of course they don't have teeth

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    How DO you get these photos???? Freaking incredible!
    Many friends in low places...

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    Re: No of course they don't have teeth

    Thanks. I'm not that impressed with this one. Can do better.

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    Re: No of course they don't have teeth

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    Thanks. I'm not that impressed with this one. Can do better.
    Yeah, you forgot his tonsils...
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    Itty bitty teeth, I'd take a chomp from that over my macaw any day. My macaw has chomped my finger nail off before.

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    Re: No of course they don't have teeth

    Great photos, as always.

    I sometimes had feed my LG's, and if they miss and get my finger, you feel it. However, 99% of the time they just let go and it's no harm done .

    However, yes, teeth.

    On a side note I love how people ask if my reptiles bite, and follow up with, they have teeth, right?

    I usually respond with that I have teeth too, but I don't bite!

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    Re: No of course they don't have teeth

    Anyone that's ever encountered a puffy Tokay gecko KNOWS they have teeth lol

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    Re: No of course they don't have teeth

    Quote Originally Posted by ladywhipple02 View Post
    Anyone that's ever encountered a puffy Tokay gecko KNOWS they have teeth lol
    Really glad I never got bit by the couple I kept. I knew when to back off though, mostly from the male. I had a female that I could pick up. I've heard they bite &
    hang on like pitbulls...?
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    Re: No of course they don't have teeth

    Quote Originally Posted by Bogertophis View Post
    Really glad I never got bit by the couple I kept. I knew when to back off though, mostly from the male. I had a female that I could pick up. I've heard they bite &
    hang on like pitbulls...?
    Lol oh, the gape!

    They bite, hang on, and shake their heads like they think they're gators... a friend of mine had one in college and decided she didn't want it. I kept him for a very, very brief period before finding him a new home. He was an angry, bitey, puffy little man lol

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    Re: No of course they don't have teeth

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    Lol oh, the gape!

    They bite, hang on, and shake their heads like they think they're gators... a friend of mine had one in college and decided she didn't want it. I kept him for a very, very brief period before finding him a new home. He was an angry, bitey, puffy little man lol
    I found them to be hilarious. How can you not laugh at a creature that feels like it's made of rubber, sticks to walls & is blue with orange goose-bumps? And then they
    bark at you!? Love to watch them hunt insects. Adorable...but then again, I think rattlesnakes are cute too. No accounting for taste, I guess.
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