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    "Waldo" is a perfect name for him, both for "where's Waldo?" AND the Flying Wallendas. (He probably also walks on walls...?)
    Rudeness is the weak man's imitation of strength.
    Eric Hoffer (1902 - 1983)

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    Re: Ptychozoon kuhli - Flying Gecko

    Im a first time flying gecko owner. I was wondering if theres anything i should look out for as far as signs of sickness. Im asking because i haven't seen him eat in almost a week and im starting to be worried. He seems active or ar least he's always in a new spot every morning when i check on him. I bought appetite stimulant but i dont want to use it unless i absolutely have to because im afraid ill stress him out. As far as i can tell theres the same amount of crickets in his tank for the past few days. Is there any physical signs i can look for to tell if he's ok?

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