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Koch's Giant Day Gecko live in North-Western Madagascar.
They are omnivores, feeding on insects and small invertebrates, as well as pollen and nectar.
Females can lay up to 6 pairs of eggs a year, and young will typically hatch after 63 to 68 days.
Koch's Giant Day Geckos live for around 10 years in captivity.
About the Koch's Giant Day Gecko
This large, beautiful pale green gecko is native to Madagascar. They tend to have a pale but still iridescent green color with pale mottling throughout their body. Koch’s Day Geckos reach lengths of 8” - 10”. Males often reach larger lengths than females.
Did you know?
The skin patterns on their feet is a bit like that of a bike or car tyre, which allows the gecko’s to grip to most surfaces, even glass!