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 have cylindrical, squat, somewhat flattened bodies. The limbs are well-defined and uniformly developed, and their head is large and set off from ...
Tokay geckos aren't as commonly seen as pets as leopard geckos, but they are just as interesting as their cousins. They are the second-largest kind of gecko ...
Tokay Gecko is a lizard belonging to the Gekkonidae family, native to the rainforests of Asia. They are one of the largest geckos found in the whole world.
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.
Subspecies, Gekko gecko gecko (LINNAEUS 1758) Gekko gecko azhari MERTENS 1955. Common Names, E: Tokay Gecko, Tuctoo, Tokeh-tokeh. G: Tokeh.
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).