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WHAT IS THE IGUANA?


Iguanas are often thought to be green but that is not always the case. They vary in color from blue, brown and green. They also tend to have dark strips on their body and tail. They are like the Chameleon because they can change their body color.



The Chameleon uses this change to protect it from predators but the Iguana changes color because they want to attract more light. They will also become darker if they are stressed or frightened. Iguanas can see above, below, behind, and in front of them. They also can see into the higher wavelengths beyond what humans can see. They also have very powerful ears so you should never play loud stereos or televisions near them. Their hearing is far more sensitive then human hearing.














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Iguanas tend to become sexually mature after 12-18 months of birth. You can tell which sex they are when you look at their femoral pores which are located on the inner part of their rear legs. Male pores are naturally larger and produce a waxy secretion. A female's femoral pores are small and the Iguanas behaviour is not determined by it's sex. Males and Females are know to be just as territorial, it depends on the individual Iguanas' nature. There is a gray/black spot on top of iguana's heads that is called the parietal eye or third eye. It is used to sense changes in light and dark. This is why you cannot have any type of white light on at nighttime. It is also used to determine seasons. The parietal eye can detect movements of light and dark. For instance if there is a bird flying over head the iguana will know that its there. This is so they can protect them selves from predators.

 

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