What's happening in this video? Is it love, play or war?

GECKOS are regular visitors to my lounge-room window most nights, but I've never seen two interacting like this.

So I began recording a video and it wasn't until 15 minutes later they finally went their separate ways.

I edited the video down to some of the more interesting moments because, trust me, for fast-moving creatures they can also be really slow.

I was hoping someone could enlighten me as to what they are doing.

In particular, why do they shake their tails as shown in the footage?

The most interesting creature I saw in Adelaide, where I lived until July last year, was the blue tongue lizard, but they almost seem boring now compared to what's up here.

In Goonellabah, my favourite house visits are those from water dragons. The teens and adults sit on the lawn and the babies on the windowsills - and most of all, they keep the insects at bay.

What do you think is happening in the video? Or what's your favourite animal visitor at your Northern Rivers home? Leave a comment below.



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