What Are Some Facts about Iguanas?


One fact about iguanas is that they whip their tails in the air when danger is near. Male iguanas are larger than female iguanas and also have bigger heads.
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Common Green Iguana
Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Reptilia
Order: Squamata Family: Iguanidae Genus: Iguana
Species: Iguana iguana
The iguana family includes some of the largest lizards found in the Americas, with their whiplike tails making up about half of that length. Like other reptiles, iguanas are cold-blooded, egg-laying... More »
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