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Iguana Rhino

An iguana rhino is a reptile that's quite small when it's a baby. These animals inhabit the Dominican republic and can be seen on the coasts and in rocky forests. These creatures are excellent climbers. Like most lizards, these creatures are mainly herbivorous feeding on flowers, fruits and occasionally eggs and insects. An iguana rhino is a reptile that's quite small when it's a baby. To view a complete gallery of pictures, just click on Pictures for easy viewing!
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These creatures got their name for the nose outgrowths that remind horns and fleshy crowns on the head. These lizards are between 2 and 4 feet in length and 13-22 pounds in weight. Their skin color is brown, gray or olive. An iguana rhino is a reptile that's quite small when it's a baby.

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