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Desert Iguana

A desert iguana photo shows it to be much smaller than pictures of other varieties. These creatures tolerate extreme heat, but cannot stand cold weather because they are cold-blooded. Being omnivorous, they eat flowers and leaves and occasionally catch insects. These reptiles are not endangered, because they have little predators and live in remote areas. A desert iguana photo shows it to be much smaller than pictures of other varieties. To view a complete gallery of pictures, just click on Pictures for easy viewing!
Desert Iguana

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Desert Iguana

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These lizards are large, with a long tail, small head and sturdy legs. The body length without the tail is about 6 inches; the tail is 1.5 times longer. The skin color is light sand with dark bands and stripes. A large crest is situated along the center of the back and diminishes on the tail. A desert iguana photo shows it to be much smaller than pictures of other varieties.

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