A novel study found that geckos use the smell of other geckos to differentiate them from other members of their species, a University of Bern published early February determined.
The study, published in the peer-reviewed scientific journal Animal Cognition by Springer, discovered that Geckos actually use their tongues to sense the odor of other gecko subspecies.
— Read more in Geckos can distinguish between species by odor, study finds at The Jerusalem Post.
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