Choosing a Day Gecko On average, they can cost $50 to $250. Babies usually cost the least since they have a higher mortality rate. Adults and morphs (color variants) often fetch a higher price. A reputable breeder should also provide the geckos full health history.
What do giant day geckos cost?
Giant Day Gecko Availability Until the mid 1980s, giant day geckos were rare in reptile collections and considered a highly prized captive. They can now be found in local pet stores, with online breeders and at reptile expos. Prices vary depending on age and color quality but range from $45 to $250.
How big does a day gecko get?
Adults can grow up to 10 inches (25 centimeters) long. Giant day geckos are native to eastern Madagascar, but populations have been introduced to oceanic islands surrounding Madagascar, as well as to Hawaii and the Florida Keys.
How much does gecko care cost?
A normal or wild type leopard gecko shouldnt cost more than $30 to $45. Other common morphs generally cost under $100, but there are some morphs that cost several hundred dollars.
Do day geckos bite?
Unlike many other lizards, including most other types of geckos, day geckos are active during the day. 2 They are generally pretty fragile, and it is not a good idea to handle them since their skin is quite delicate. A bite from a giant day gecko, the largest of the day geckos, can hurt and may even break the skin.