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Access iguana information and a photo or picture from a pet website. Females lay eggs in a burrow and leave them alone to incubate. The young hatch and dig their way out of the burrow. They are an easy prey for many predators. Many species of these lizards are endangered and only some of them are common. Access iguana information and a photo or picture from a pet website. To view a complete gallery of pictures, just click on Pictures for easy viewing!
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This family consists of 55 genera and 650 species. It includes the largest lizards of the America of 2 m in length and little creatures about 10 cm in length. Like other reptiles, these lizards are cold-blooded and like basking in the sun. Access iguana information and a photo or picture from a pet website.

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