So, what does iguana eat (and, also important – what doesn’t)? Below is a complete information that refers to the healthy feeding guide for your iguana. Most of these foods need to be given occasionally but also moderately and no overfeeding (I think we can’t stress this enough).
A green iguana can grow up to 2 meters (6.5ft) and it is one of the largest iguana species out there. Here we provide a complete green iguana growth chart.
You can also try our interactive iguana size tool to quickly get basic iguana measures per age.
Have you ever thought, “how cool would it be if I could get an iguana for a pet?”. Well, you’re not alone. Ever since CGI-rendered dinosaurs entered the silver screen (ahem, Jurassic Park) boys 12 and under have been sharing a total fascination and passion for all things reptile. The good-looking exotic iguana is of course the go-to choice among many. After all, it may not be as big as a Stegosaurus, but an iguana is still a million times better than a bunny rabbit or a pet turtle.
There are several types of iguana bites, intentional or deliberate, along with other bites that are most common by iguanas.
Want to know what causes your iguana to bite? Read on.
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Iguana is a genus of lizards from the herbivorous reptile category that comes from Central America, South America, Mexico and the islands around the Caribbean sea. Here are 30 amazing facts about Iguana…
Iguana is a genus of lizards from the herbivorous reptile category that comes from Central America, South America, Mexico and the islands around the Caribbean sea. In this article you’ll find some interesting facts about this popular reptile.