A marine iguana removes salt from its body through salt glands located in the cranial cavity. These glands connect to the marine iguana's nasal cavity, allowing for expulsion when ...
Galapagos marine iguanas are the world's only marine lizards. They inhabit the Galapagos Islands and, in the absence of mammalian predators, have adapted well to the harsh marine environment...
The marine iguana (Amblyrhynchus cristatus) is an iguana found only on the
Galápagos Islands that has the ability, unique among modern lizards, to forage in
Learn all you wanted to know about marine iguanas with pictures, videos, photos,
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It is gray to black in color and has prominant dorsal scales.
Some of the land iguanas
that made their way to the Galapagos later gave rise to the marine iguana
The marine iguana's
natural predators include hawks, snakes, short-eared owls, hawkfish and crabs and also... More »
Galapagos marine iguanas are the world's only marine lizards. They inhabit the
Galapagos Islands and, in the absence of mammalian predators, have adapted ...
Overview of marine iguana habitats, feeding patterns, and behavior.
Learn about the marine iguana, as well as the threats it faces, what WWF is doing
to conserve its future, and how you can help.
Find out what's known about Marine Iguanas, Amblyrhynchus cristatus, Reptilia,
Squamata, Iguanidae, including their world range and habitats, feeding ...
May 9, 2008 ... In order to survive, iguanas have adapted to tackle the rough tropical seas. The
sea lions however can't help teasing them in their death defying ...