Iguana: A Reptile That Lives In Tropical Regions
Main information and features:
Iguana is a reptile that inhabits tropical regions of America. We can find iguanas in northern Brazil, Central America and Mexico. They live mainly in forested areas.
- Iguana lives mainly in trees. They have excellent ability to climb and walk trees.
- They feed on insects, small rodents, slugs, fruits, vegetables and even flowers.
- An iguana lives on average 10 to 13 years.
- An adult iguana can reach 170 cm in length.
- Have a row of thorns in the back area.
- When they are young, these reptiles are green in color. When they reach adulthood they get dark stripes on the body.
- They are oviparous, ie the form of reproduction includes the deposit of eggs in the external environment.
- Iguanas have an excellent vision system and can see objects over long distances. They usually communicate with other iguanas through visual signals.
- The best known species are: green iguana (photo above), Caribbean iguana and marine iguana.