Noah's Ark is home to both day geckos and leopard geckos.
Day Geckos inhabit the island of Madagascar which lies off South-East Africa and can also be found on some of the nearby islands.
Day Geckos have the ability to walk on smooth, vertical surfaces and even on ceilings. Their toes have scales on their underside which are widened out as cushions. Lots of bristles are found on these cushions and these bristles branch out into even smaller elements which can only be seen with a microscope.
To escape predators the Gecko has a tail which easily breaks off. The predator has to content itself with the tail while the Gecko manages to escape.
Leopard Geckos are the most popular pet geckos in captivity. They are easy to look after, docile, beautiful and move slowly. They rarely bite and don't mind being handled.
They all have claws on their feet without the addition of setiferous hands and feet (with millions of hairs that hold by molecular attraction), so they can't climb glass.
Leopard geckos have eyelids that move, unlike any other gecko, but they still clean their eyes with their tongue like other geckos.