Iguanas
Iguanas
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ABout Iguanas

The rhinoceros iguana are more terrestrial than some of the other iguana species. This gives them the advantage for living in a rocky and dry climate. These little guys will rarely be seen hanging out in trees or forested areas for that matter.

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FACTS & STATISTICS
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Average Size
4 inches to
6 feet long
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Native Region
Grand Cayman Island, Haiti, Mexico and the Dominican Republic
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Eating Habits
Insects, fruits and plants
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Conservation Status
Vulnerable to endangered, depending on species
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Where are they at the Zoo?
The Iguanas are located in the Desert Dome.
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