McDonagh, Sorcha. 2003. Sticking around with gecko tape. Science News for Kids (June 11). Available at http://www.sciencenewsforkids.org/2003/06/sticking-around-with-gecko-tape-3/.
Kellar Autumn and his colleagues have information about their gecko discoveries at www.lclark.edu/~autumn/KA_Index.html (Lewis & Clark College).
You can learn more about the Tokay gecko at animaldiversity.ummz.umich.edu/accounts/gekko/g._gecko$narrative.html
(University of Michigan Museum of Zoology) and reptileforums.com/care_sheets/lizards/tokay_gecko.htm (Reptile Forums.com).
Sticky Fingers (with sound files) radio.cbc.ca/programs/quirks/archives/02-03/oct12.html#5 Quirks & Quarks, CBC Radio
adhesive A substance, such as glue, that makes things stick together.
static electricity 1. Electric charge that piles up on an object instead of flowing through it as current. Static electricity forms when two objects that are not good conductors of electricity are rubbed together, so that electrons from one of the objects rub off onto the other. Combing the hair or taking off a sweater can create static electricity. 2. A brief flow of electricity, in the form of a spark, that takes place after
static electricity has built up in a place and there is a path for the electricity to follow.
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