Do these “5 things if you notice a wall gecko in your house”

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In Africa, there is a popular belief that wall gecko lizards aren’t harmful to humans and shouldn’t be killed.

Common house gecko - Wikipedia

In some cultures, it is forbidden to kill them. But sadly, recent stories read via the internet have made wall gecko lizards an enemy.

Some people are always uncomfortable at the sight of wall geckos in their houses; this is because their appearance may be queer and fishy to a lot of people, which is the major reason for the dislike of this kind of reptile and some species of wall geckos appear only at night and hide in the day. Hence making them to be seen as being a suspicious creature.

Another odd fact about wall geckos or house lizards is that they are a group of reptiles that are only seen on the walls of our buildings and houses, unlike the normal lizard.

Here are a few tips that can help you eliminate or repel wall geckos in your apartment:

Wall Gecko (Tarentola mauritanica), Majorca, Spain, Europe #12553641

If you have mothballs, you can place them around to repel geckos.

If you have garlic cloves, you can use them to repel geckos with the odor.

If you have eggshells, you can place them around your home to scare off geckos.

If you have onions, cut some up to keep geckos at bay.

If you have coffee and tobacco, you can make a gecko poison.

If you have cayenne pepper or Tabasco sauce, you can make a homemade pepper spray.

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