Super tame temple gecko I like to scratch my back.

Super tame gecko at Wat Ratchaburana, Phitsanulok Province, a favorite of tourists. I like people to scratch my back with a stick. feel the satisfaction

This tame gecko Lives in the hollow of the Sri Maha Bodhi tree, Ratchaburana Temple, Nai Mueang Subdistrict, Mueang Phitsanulok District. Citizens and tourists often go to plant Sri Maha Bodhi trees for good fortune. But this gecko showed no signs of fear or escape. Plus it's very tame. If someone takes the silver and golden bamboo that supports the Sri Maha Bodhi tree and pokes it near the hole of the Bodhi tree, the gecko will immediately dive out of the hole and stay still. Let someone scratch the back with the silver and golden bamboo. They look very happy and become a favorite of the people. tourist (who is not afraid of geckos) is gone

Mr. Pae, an official at Ratchaburana Temple, said he had seen this gecko in the temple for a while. Appearance: Big, fat and well-proportioned. The body from head to tail is almost 1 foot long. The base color of the body is pastel blue-gray with orange spots along the body with strange patterns. It's different from the geckos I've seen before. Normally it lives in the hollow of the Sri Maha Bodhi tree. It usually sticks out from the head. When I first saw it, I was afraid that tourists would be afraid. So he took a stilt from the Bodhi tree to knock on. It's like chasing you away. But when the gecko saw the end of the tree or hear a knock Besides not being afraid I'm not running away anymore. Instead, it popped out to show itself and stayed still, so I tried rubbing it with a stick. Scratching the gecko's back It appears that the gecko likes it. Will turn around and change the left and right corners to scratch like very satisfied From then on we became close, and every morning he would stop by to scratch my b ack. tourists who come to see (He's not afraid of geckos) will drop by to scratch your back. Some take pictures and post them on social media. Because it is rare to see such a tame gecko.

Source: Thai News Agency