How Long Do Iguanas Live?


Iguanas come from tropical rainforests in southern Mexico, Central and South America. Iguanas are popular pets due to the 'dinosaur' look that adult iguanas have. Majority of iguanas in captivity have an average life span of 15 to 25 years.
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From southeast Asia to Brazil.
Majority says a green iguana average life span in captivity, if cared for properly is
No, you really shouldn't. That's a wonderful size enclosure for one fully grown iguana. Properly adding another iguana would require a size increase of a small room to give them both
Hey again, Iguanas can eat pretty much all vegetables and fruits, just make sure you check for a high calcium amount and low phosphorous amount (spinach has this, I'm surprised it
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The Iguana can live up to 20 years in captivity with proper care and diet. In the wild they only live up to around 8 years. Iguanas enjoys leafy vegetables in their diet.
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