The worlds smallest gecko is indeed, very small. It is 1.6 centimeters long and is called the dwarf gecko. This officially makes it the smallest known reptile. It lives in the Dominican Republic and Haiti.
The World’s smallest gecko lives in Jaragua National Park in the Dominican Republic, and on Beata Island. It’s called the Jaragua Sphaero, or the Dwarf Gecko, measures only 1.6 centimeters long. This gecko has been around for hundreds, thousands of years and is currently considered to be endangered. It was discovered by Blair Hedges and Richard Thomas, two biologists from Pennsylvania State University and the University of Puerto Rico.
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