Giant Day Geckos

Giant Day Geckos

Sex: Male & Female

Latin name: Phelsuma grandis

Giant Day Geckos have no eyelids.

Native Home:  Giant Day Geckos are native to areas of tropical and subtropical forest in northern madagascar, but have been introduced to several other subtropical locations outside their range.

Size:  Giant Day Geckos can reach a total length of 12 in. 

Diet: The Giant Day Gecko feeds on various insects and other invertebrates.

Reproduction: Female Giant Day Geckos can lay multiple pairs of eggs. Following successful breeding, a healthy female produces one to two hard-shelled eggs that will hatch in 55 to 65 days.

Lifespan:  Records of Giant Day Geckos surviving for 20 years exist, but the average lifespan is between 6 to 8 years.