I've had my Tokay for about 2 weeks now and they are tamable if you handle them correctly. he did bite a lot for the first couple days but you have to move a bit slow when you go to touch them. fast movements are a threat. you spook them, they get defensive. they will get use to you handling them and wont be a hassle to take them out of the cage. my Tokay actually no longer bites at me, but does bite at others. they know who their owner is. They will try to run off and jump out of your hands when you first take him out but in most cases, after being removed from the terrarium they calm down. You'll have a much better chance at taming the Tokay gecko outside of the enclosure, rather than within.
The Tokay Gecko is a fast running gecko.
When a Tokay gecko bites you want to put their head in water then they will let go.
first of all if any breed beside tokay gecko you can hold it! if tokay gecko it is because it does not enjoy it and will bite!
Gekko geck or Stellio Tokay
The common tokay gecko is not a pricey gecko. They are an invasive species in several parts of the world and are somewhat common. Morphs of tokay geckos are highly sought out due to the rarity of these amazing colors and patterns.
feed your gecko amino mass
A Tokyo no, a Tokay, Yes.
No - but it does have a powerful bite !
Tokay is not the name of a state in any country. Tokay is a gecko in Asia.
Tokay gecko (Gekko gecko) is one
The Tokay gecko species, has no eyelids. Because of this, the eyeball must consistently be licked, to keep moistened and improve vision.
Eating a tokay gecko to cure H I V is a myth. The people of Malyasia and surrounding area believe eating a tokay gecko will cure illnesses and diesease. This is all false. There is also a believe that it can be used as a Aphrodisiac, this assumption is also false.
Most aren't but some species can be, such as the Tokay Gecko (Gekko gecko).
No. There is not really luck.
Tokay would rip the life out of ur bearded dragon buddy
Tokay geckos are native to North Eastern Asia. Including: Vietnam, Malyasia, Indonesia.
750grams and 18 years old
tokay gekos can eat garter snakes but they cant eat large snakes tokay geko are fast and strong thy will win fights
Lots here are a few: Leopard gecko Fat tailed Gecko Crested Gecko Tokay Gecko and many more
A tokay geckos natural instinct is to defend one's self. A tokay will bark to ward off predators, call a mate, stress, or simple exhaustion.