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Galapagos Iguana

The galapagos iguana doesn't have as many breeders as other varieties; it's more likely to be seen in the wild than on a farm. This species is threatened or on the brink of extinction because of introduced cats and dogs, which prey on the lizards, goats that eat the protective vegetation, pollution by oil and gas, overhunting for food and for pet trade. The galapagos iguana doesn't have as many breeders as other varieties; it's more likely to be seen in the wild than on a farm. To view a complete gallery of pictures, just click on Pictures for easy viewing!
Galapagos Iguana

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Galapagos Iguana

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These lizards are excellent swimmers and live along the seashore. They are one of the most primitive in the family. The average size of these creatures is 1-1.2 m; their skin is yellowish with brown spots; they have a large dorsal crest. The galapagos iguana doesn't have as many breeders as other varieties; it's more likely to be seen in the wild than on a farm.

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