The tokay gecko (Gekko gecko) is a nocturnal arboreal gecko in the genus Gekko , the true geckos. It is native to Asia and some Pacific Islands. The tokay gecko ...
The vibrant and unusual-looking tokay gecko is a well-known, but poorly understood, species.
Tokay geckos are one of the largest living gecko species. They are found in south and southeast Asia, where they often live in the same areas as humans and ...
These charismatic geckos get their name from the loud 'tokay' call the males make during mating. They are a noisy gecko and will also click, squeak and bark.
May 31, 2018 ... Tokay geckos are not the most friendly lizards, and don't make great pets for beginners. Here's a guide on their care, tanks, and feeding needs.
Like most geckos, tokays are oviparous insectivores. Young are 2-3" at hatching. Eggs are laid in rocky crevices or under the eaves of houses. The 2-3 eggs, laid ...
The Tokay Gecko lives in tropical rain forests, on cliffs and trees, and as pets amongst human habitation. They are arboreal (tree-dwelling and cliff-dwelling).