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2009-01-06-Wakodahatchee

This Iguana, and its less colorful sidekick, can be seen sunning in the same tree most sunny afternoons.

Green iguanas are omnivorous, so they eat both plants and meat. They tend to eat mostly plants, though, especially leaves and fruits. Sometimes green iguanas (especially young ones) will eat eggs, insects, and small vertebrates.

2009 by Peter Schulz