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Iguanas

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  • 1. Iguanas
  • 2. The iguana has 8 types: Galapagos marine iguana, the iguana Striped Fiji, the land iguana, iguanas of soilor rock, the desert iguana, thecommon green iguana, iguana dwelling and placed in a spiral. There are alsomany iguanoides lizards.
  • 3. Green orcommon
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  • 5. Iguanas reach 2 meters, when fed either
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  • 8. They are aggressive animals at first, as the main weapon with the tail, which can be very painful, when they are too scared or angry they bite
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  • 10. Iguanas are solitary animals and only quite live in community for the duration of the mating period and reproduction, during which they gather in groups of 5 to 8 members, consisting of a dominant male, several females and juveniles
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  • 12. Iguana marina
  • 13. Has the unique ability among modern lizards, living and foraging at sea.
  • 14. The iguanas have developed a salt gland that removes excess salt in the body, for that reason sneeze salt particles, which will accumulate in the nostrils, which can not close.
  • 15. They are under constant pressure from non-native predators like rats, feral cats, and dogs, who feed on their eggs and young. They are protected throughout the archipelago and are considered vulnerable to extinction.
  • 16. The adult male has about 1.3 m long, while females 0.6 m, males weigh 1.5 kg.
  • 17. The iguanas have something commonly called the "third eye", a special area of ​​skin located at the top of the head, which serves to detect only light and darkness.
  • 18. When swimming, these animals slow their heart rate to keep warm. Even your heart can stop safely. Edure in the water 5minutes without air
  • 19. Marine iguanas often wear distinctive white "wigs" of salt expelled from glands near their noses.
  • 20. In the islands are seen everywhere and are very friendly
  • 21. … And thebestWork: by Arón Gutierrez