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Thank you Teresa!
Cool foot shot!
Thanks Karen! I can't view the link though... :(
Project Noah Fun Fact! Ever wondered how geckos are able to climb walls and even cling upside down on ceilings? The majority of gecko species have adhesive toe pads that have rows of tiny bristles called setae. These setae are able to exploit minute imperfections in the surface, allowing the gecko to stick securely to vertical surfaces, even glass.https://upload.facebook.com/projectnoah/...
Thank you dotun. These images were taken while I was taking two classes in the Florida: Biogeography of Southern Florida and Field Photography.
Nice section. creative photography!
Thanks for the kind words naross.
A view most people would never see. Great photos.
Yeah man. We found so many cool critters together. It is going to take me forever to upload all the pics.
right on...I see the feet all the time...every day! It is no wonder that they can walk up a vertical piece of glass. You have a good buddy. it was a great idea.
Thanks Ig! Actually though, this was taken in the field and my buddy Tom held the Gecko very gently. It was his idea to take a picture of the feet and it was very difficult to get a shot that was in focus with the macro. Can't remember what the red background was though.. This was taken like 6 years ago.
Sick.....through a glass deberito. I have the geckos on my outside windows all the time and see the same thing. I can't wait to get a shot of a pregnant one with eggs inside her body. The flash will illuminate them so well. @ulva...sick spottings!
how did u get picture of its hand?
Spotted on Jan 7, 2006 Submitted on Nov 12, 2011
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