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An iguana lizard is a popular family reptile; seek out a photo of each variety and spot differences. In the wild thee animal feed on fruits, leaves, flowers and eggs. In captivity they depend upon the owner and require the same food to remain healthy. They may be fed crickets, worms and a variety of fruits. An iguana lizard is a popular family reptile; seek out a photo of each variety and spot differences. To view a complete gallery of pictures, just click on Pictures for easy viewing!
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These creatures are not recommended to keep as pets, because they are not friendly and prefer to hide rather than being handled and petted. They are not attached to humans and are often aggressive. Adults grow up to 7 feet in length. An iguana lizard is a popular family reptile; seek out a photo of each variety and spot differences.

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