Geckos

Australian has a large variety of native Geckos. Most are nocturnal hiding during daylight hours in small holes, in rock crevices, beneath dead bark on trees etc. 

They have soft bodies with tiny scales, well-developed limbs with five digits, large eyes with vertical pupils, as they have no eyelids they use their tongue to lick their eyes.

Most Geckos are insect-eaters but sap and nectar are often included in their diets. Some of the larger species will even eat other vertebrates.

We will add more photos to this page as they become available.