It’s time to vote! Our Group Photo Contest, sponsored by ZooMed, is open for votes. Please enjoy the photos submitted to us by our readers. Then place your vote at the end of this post.

Photos are listed in order of submission.

#1: Gargoyles by Audra Barrios

gargoyle gecko

#2: Two Heads Are Better Than One! by Christine Archer

viper geckos

#3: Follow The Leader by Heather Von Zynda-Dabin

leopard geckos

#4: smoosh & squish by Daniel Martin

#5: “Doh, get these creepy things off me!” by Javier Perez

leopard geckos and simpson

#6: If the hide is a rockin’ don’t come a knockin’! by Cory VanHoose

breeding leopard geckos

#7: chillin at the movies by Scott Kress

leopard geckos on laptop

#8: Two of a kind by James T Dabin

tokay geckos

#9: 4 Rhacodactylus species by Grant

Rhacodactylus species

#10: Looking hungry? by Cindy Wechsler

amyae

#11: REXY AND BAUM HANGING OUT by Jeremy English

ciliatus crested geckos

Place your vote

Please vote for our favorite group gecko photo! One vote per person, we’re watching! Polls will close on January 25th, midnight eastern time.

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I've been keeping odd pets since I was 14, keeping and breeding a variety of species from viper geckos to poison dart frogs. Now living in Georgia, working in online advertising.

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