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The coloring and spots that earned leopard gecko are only two of the outstanding physical features of this popular gecko.Leopard geckos are seven to nine inches long when they leach adulthood. They have large heads and big cat-like eyes. They are one of the few breeds of lizards that have eyelids. They had thick tails that comes to a point. Leopard geckos have small thin toes that do not have pads. This makes It difficult for them  to do vertical climbing. Their skin is scaly and colorful. Geckos have black spots and wide black bands.        Leopard geckos are natively found in the deserts of western India, Pakistan, and Afghanistan. They live in dry areas and prefer rocky floors or semi-arid grasslands. Leopard geckos are nocturnal, spending the daytime hours under rocks or inside underground caves in the daytime. Geckos love the heat, preferring temperatures between 80 and 90 degrees           Leopard geckos have adapted well to dry, hot climates. They are nocturnal. Instead of coming out of the daytime to soak up the warmth of the sun, they are able to absorb the heat from the rocks under which they hide. Another adaptation that helps the leopard gecko survive is Its ability to store fat and nutrients In its tail at times when food is hard to find.           The leopard gecko has a fairly typical lizard-life cycle with the exception of their eggs. While most geckos have hard-shelled eggs, leopard gecko's eggs are soft-shelled. The female can lay up to five batches of one or two eggs during the five-month breeding season. The gecko leaches maturity In one to three years and can live between 20-25 years.   One of the most obvious physical features of leopard geckos is their ...

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The coloring and spots that earned leopard gecko are only two of the outstanding
physical features of this popular gecko.Leopard geckos are seven to nine inches long when they leach adulthood. They have large heads and big cat-like eyes. They are one of the few breeds of lizards that have
eyelids. They had thick tails that comes to a point. Leopard geckos have small thin toes that do not have pads. This makes It difficult for them  to do vertical climbing. Their skin is scaly and colorful. Geckos have black spots and wide black bands.
       Leopard geckos are natively found in the deserts of western India, Pakistan, and Afghanistan.
They live in dry areas and prefer rocky floors or semi-arid grasslands. Leopard geckos are nocturnal, spending the daytime hours under rocks or inside underground caves in the daytime. Geckos love the heat,
preferring temperatures between 80 and 90 degrees
          Leopard geckos have adapted well to dry, hot climates. They are nocturnal. Instead of coming out of the daytime to soak up the warmth of the sun, they are able to absorb the heat from the rocks under which they hide. Another adaptation that helps the leopard gecko survive is Its ability to store fat and nutrients In its tail at times when food is hard to find.
          The leopard gecko has a fairly typical lizard-life cycle with the exception of their eggs. While most geckos have hard-shelled eggs, leopard gecko's eggs are soft-shelled. The female can lay up to five batches of one or two eggs during the five-month breeding season. The gecko leaches maturity In one to three years and can live between 20-25 years.

 

One of the most obvious physical features of leopard geckos is their ...

  1. big cat-like eyes

  2. thin and long tails

  3. big and thick toes

  4. scaly and black skins

  5. colourful spots and bands

Pembahasan Soal:

Berdasarkan kalimat ke-3 di paragraf pertama, dapat diketahui bahwa leopard gecko memiliki mata besar yang mirip mata kucing sehingga pilihan jawaban (A) adalah yang paling tepat.

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Terakhir diupdate 21 Desember 2020

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