The Tokay Gecko is a nocturnal arboreal gecko native to Asia and some Pacific Islands. Its native habitat is rainforest, where it lives on trees and cliffs, and it frequently adapts to rural human habitations, roaming walls and ceilings at night in search of insects. A large gecko, reaching up to nearly 14 inches in length. It is cylindrical but has a somewhat flattened body shape. The skin is soft to the touch and is generally gray with red speckles, but the species can change the color of its skin to blend into the environment. The Tokay Gecko is sexually dimorphic, the males being more brightly colored.