Where Do Iguanas Live?

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Iguanas' habitations can vary. Majority of the green iguanas prefer living in the rainforests, while others thrive in coastal regions that are dried up. They have a trend of restricting themselves from residing on warm temperatures.
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From southeast Asia to Brazil.
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Majority says a green iguana average life span in captivity, if cared for properly is
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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
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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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Iguanas live in very warm climates. Some live in rain forests, some are domestic and some are in the desert. Iguanas eat leaves and fruits. You can find more information here: http://www.kidcyber.com.au/topics/iguana.htm
Iguanas are part of the lizard family, which makes them reptiles. You can find certain species of iguanas living in the desert, while others (like the green iguana) live in rain forests in Mexico and South America. You can find more information here: http://www.kidcyber.com.au/topics/iguana.htm
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