Why You should Kill Wall Geckos Before They Kill You Inside Your Home

Most people tend to ignore the ubiquitous wall gecko, which they usually say is harmless and does not bother the body. They only stake locations waiting for an unfortunate insect or cockroach that would come their way, and they would make a meal of it.

In case you are in the category of people who have this view about wall geckos, then you need to rethink after reading this piece about what happened to a family that got wiped out.

As investigations later revealed, the mother of the family had prepared a pot of soup and probably left the cover of the pot slightly open, to allow the steam from the soup to evaporate and the soup cools down before being covered. While she was away, a gecko fell into it and died.

The woman and her children later ate the soup. The next day, they all died from poisoning. Nobody could immediately fathom that they ate poison. In the course of an investigation, the dead gecko was seen in the soup pot. Apparently the poison from the animal had leached into the soup. Ordinarily, the skin of the gecko is highly poisonous.

Scientific study indicates that the creature is not poisonous and is completely harmless to humans. However, there are some larger species that cause illness.

Another way these creatures might kill you in your own home is heart failure through a panic attack. 

A person can get seriously hurt or injured just trying to escape them if surprised or spooked. Having the thought of one ever falling or sprung in your direction is an instant fatality for the weak heart.

That is why you need a plan on how to kill and keep away all forms of gecko in and around your home.

To eradicate it totally in your home, just mix salt and garlic and put it in different corners of your room. You will never see them again.


When was your last encounter with one of this dangerous animals?




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