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iguana I used to have an an iguana called Sally i was heartbroken when she went they are such beautiful and intelligent lizards xx

iguana I used to have an an iguana called Sally i was heartbroken when she went they are such beautiful and intelligent lizards xx

Iguana, Costa Rica

Iguana, Costa Rica

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Cha cha cha, baby!

Cha cha cha, baby!

The blue iguana or Grand Cayman iguana is an endangered species of lizard of the genus Cyclura endemic to the island of Grand Cayman. The blue iguana is one of the longest-living species of lizard. The record is 67 years.

The blue iguana or Grand Cayman iguana is an endangered species of lizard of the genus Cyclura endemic to the island of Grand Cayman. The blue iguana is one of the longest-living species of lizard. The record is 67 years.

Feeding the wild iguana in Aruba made me miss my Fred" time for another one.

Feeding the wild iguana in Aruba made me miss my Fred" time for another one.

Edward Spera  / Green Smiling Iguana These have to be the coolest animals ever!! A living dragon!

Edward Spera / Green Smiling Iguana These have to be the coolest animals ever!! A living dragon!

Iguana: genus of herbivorous lizards native to tropical areas of Mexico, Central America, Polynesian islands such as Fiji & Tonga, Caribbean; 2 species included: green iguana, Lesser Antillean iguana; possess a dewlap: row of spines running down backs to their tails & a third eye on their heads: parietal eye; visible as a pale scale on top of the head; behind necks are small scales which resemble spokes: tuberculate scales; excellent vision; Family: Iguanidae

Iguana: genus of herbivorous lizards native to tropical areas of Mexico, Central America, Polynesian islands such as Fiji & Tonga, Caribbean; 2 species included: green iguana, Lesser Antillean iguana; possess a dewlap: row of spines running down backs to their tails & a third eye on their heads: parietal eye; visible as a pale scale on top of the head; behind necks are small scales which resemble spokes: tuberculate scales; excellent vision; Family: Iguanidae