The Satanic Leaf-Tailed gecko (Uropiatus Phantasticus) also goes by Eyelash Leaf-Tailed gecko and Phantastic Leaf-Tailed gecko. They are found on the island of Madagascar. This one-of-a-kind gecko was first described in 1888 by George Albert Boulenger who described them as ‘mythical”.
The Satanic Leaf-Tail gecko is an arboreal species that relies on its natural camouflage in the northern and central tropical forests of Madagascar. They have an eyelash-like projection above each eye, which at night helps the gecko hunt for prey by providing camouflage. The Satanic Leaf-Tailed gecko eats a variety of insects including moths and crickets.