Herptiles / Lizards / Geckos / Tokay Gecko
 

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4 | The Tokay Gecko, the second largest of the gecko species, can reach up to about 15" in length with females being a bit smaller. They are a beautifully colored lizard, a blue to greyish body covered with light yellow to bright red spots. Males are more brightly colored than females. They have a large head with have large, prominent eyes that have vertically-slit pupils. Submitted courtesy David Brough. 
Camera: Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL | Date: 06-15-06 | Resolution: 2035 x 1723 | ISO: 800 | Exposure Time: 1/79s | Aperture: 13.0 | Focal Length: 100.0mm | Flash: Flash fired
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