Do Iguanas Swim?

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Yes, iguanas can swim. They actually have flippers between their toes to accommodate them in swimming.
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they have flippers between there toes. They use a serpentine-like movement, much as a crocodile or snake would.
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The water should be at least 85 degrees. If the water is too cold it will not be able to function properly (igs can drown because they lose limb mobility) What type of lights do you
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Marine iguanas swim fairly slowly. The speed depends on their body length and the body undulation. For example, an animal of a total body length of 1 meter travels 0.5 meters per
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With its tail. Marine iguanas are graceful swimmers, but can only stay underwater for a while.
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Iguanas can swim. Some of them begin swimming a few days after they are born. It is a necessity that they can move around in water so that they can avoid predators ...
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