Standing Day Gecko - Lincoln Park Zoo - Poem by Ima Ryma
A Standing day gecko I be.
Standing was some human doc dude.
I am happiest on a tree,
With flattened toe pads that protrude.
I am most active during day,
Unusual for a gecko.
I come from Madagascar way,
Munching on insects - doncha know!
I do like to communicate,
Be it by squeak or croak or click.
And when it's time to choose a mate,
My choice for lifetime I do pick.
You can see me, I can see you,
At my place in Lincoln Park Zoo.
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