The geckos belong to the order Squamata, Sauria suborder, family gekonidae with 85 genera and 800 species.

Reptiles are cold-blooded animals, which mean that their temperature is regulated by the environment; therefore the temperature at which the specimen is housed is essential to carry all its physiological processes. In captivity, it is essential that the animal is provided with suitable gradient temperature in the place where it stays. This way, the animal can regulate its temperature by moving from one place to another, as he needs.

At night, the temperature should be greater than the daytime. It is important within the environment to have different temperatures. The ideal temperature ranges from 22 º to 26 º. The best way to…



Source by Jose Felipe Abrigo