Geckos

GeckOS is an experimental operating system for MOS 6502 and compatible processors. It offers some Unix-like functionality including preemptive multitasking, multithreading, semaphores, signals, binary relocation, TCP/IP networking via SLIP and a 6502 standard library.

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Lizards: From tiny geckos to giant Komodo dragons

Ecologists find evidence that pet and medicine trades bring tokay geckos from across Asia into Hong Kong, impacting resident gecko populations

Eight New Species of Dwarf Geckos Identified in Madagascar

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These geckos crash-land on rainforest trees but don't fall, thanks to their tails

These Incredible Geckos Crash-Land on Rainforest Trees but Don’t Fall, Thanks to Their Tails

Geckos might lose their tails, but not their dinner

Geckos might lose their tails, but not their dinner