The sand gecko is a small, desert dwelling species reaching a total length of just over 5 inches. It is a terrestrial gecko, meaning it lacks adhesive toe pads on its feet. Therefore, they cannot climb glass, and prefer to stay close to the ground. This is where they do a lot of digging. They do not tunnel like Teratoscincus species, but instead, make chambers under rocks and bark.
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