MADAGASCAN GIANT DAY GECKO
Madagascan Giant Day Gecko - (Phelsuma madagascariensis) - These geckos are part of the Phelsuma group, which consists of in excess of 70 species and subspecies. They are commonly referred to as the Madagascar giant day gecko, due to their large size. These geckos can grow to be over three feet long, and in some cases, as large as a small crocodile. These titanic reptiles sometimes eat other pets, and attack their owners. They are found in areas of tropical and subtropical forest in northern Madagascar. P. grandis feeds on various invertebrates, very small vertebrates, and nectars.