Bibron gecko is a species of gecko found only in southern Africa. The species is more robust than most other geckos. The gecko is territorial as male’s exhibit aggressive behavior towards each other. Females can also be aggressive toward one another, although to a lesser extent. Although the gecko is mainly arboreal, the creature also comes to the ground to feed.
|Scientific Name||Pachydactylus bibronii|
|Size||6 to 8 in (15 to 20 cm)|
|Habitat||Arid environments having rocky outcroppings with many crevices|
|Color||Brown base color with black crossbars on the upper surface and white dots; white or light brown belly|
|Mode of Reproduction||Oviparous (egg laying)|
|Clutch Size||2 eggs|
|Average Lifespan||5 to 8 years in captivity|