Posts Tagged ‘tokay gecko traits’

The “Many” Tokay Gecko Tails

Posted on: August 14th, 2013 by JE

Tokay geckos are beautiful lizard from the gecko family. They have grayish-purple skin with spots ranging from bright orange to red. They are widely distributed throughout Asia. Countries like China, India, Thailand, Malaysia, and the Philippines have high concentration of this population.


Why Tokay Geckos and Other Nocturnal Animals Can Hunt at Night

Posted on: July 14th, 2013 by JE

Tokay geckos like other nocturnal animals (or animals that are active at night rather than in the day) have certain characteristics that enable them to hunt after the sun have set. These traits help them to survive and thrive well at night. And to further understand how Tokay geckos and other nocturnal animals manage it through the night, below are the traits most nocturnal animals share.


4 Strange Things About Tokay Geckos that Might Startle You at First

Posted on: July 7th, 2013 by JE

You may find your new Tokay gecko fascinating yet strange. Perhaps you have read about them in a magazine or from online sources or maybe you have a friend who has a Tokay gecko and you were so amazed and thrilled to own one of these strange looking but adorable creatures.


How Tokay Geckos Use Their Tongue

Posted on: July 6th, 2013 by JE

If you think tongue is simply for tasting food, Tokay geckos have more uses of their tongue. Animals in the wild have various uses for their senses which help them locate their food, find their mate, and outsmart their predators or simply saying – they use it to survive.