What’s A Tokay Gecko?

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A Tokay Gecko is one of the largest Geckos in the world. Their name comes from the unique vocalizations they make during mating season or when startled.

These guys can be very territorial and aggressive, but make great ornamental pets for intermediate owners. Most Tokay’s you find in your local pet stores are wild caught.

Their diet consists mainly of insects or other small invertebrates, but they can eat small mammals as well! If it fits in it’s mouth… it’s food.

Tokay Geckos can be tamed but it takes time and patience… and iron fingers.

Come down today to see our selection of Tokays and many other geckos!

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2 Responses to What’s A Tokay Gecko?

  1. Victoria Kuzminski says:

    I’m looking a female snow cornsnake for a male 1.5 years old (yearling or older). I’m being referred to you by Alan Kinn. Thanks!

    • Riki Miller says:

      We don’t currently have a Snow Corn, but we may be able to find you one. Come into our store or call us. We’ll keep our eyes peeled!

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