Okay, this happened a few days ago, just to clarify - My gecko hadn't been fed for a couple of days as the crickets died (changed to mealworms now) and my dad was ill so I couldn't get to the pet store. (My mum has a disease which basically makes her so she can't drive. and I'm only 15 xD)
I turned around and I saw her open her mouth quite wide and then close it, a lot of times, not like yawning, it looked as if she was gulping air. Then afterwards she shook pretty violently (like a dog does when it's just been in a pool and it's getting water off of it). Then she just carried on licking her lips (mouth...beak...yeah) as if nothing had happened.
Just to clarify, she's about a year old now, probably about...5/6 inches long (this is just my guessing) and she sheds fine, but she does have a bit of shed skin stuck on her nose that I can't get off. (We got her at 9 months, never handled properly before and I can't seem to handle her now, as much as I try to get her used to me by putting my hand in and holding her regularly, she just jumps off my hands and I'm worried she'll hurt herself one day.) Otherwise, she's normal. She eats fine, goes for her food (and my fingers if I don't get the food to her fast enough!) and she's never regurgitated (as far as I know) or been 'sick'. Her poos look normal to me and she goes in one corner all the time as geckos do.<br><br>Post edited by: supersnuffy, at: 2009/10/26 00:58