Iguanas are lizards but not all lizards are iguanas. Iguanas are just one type of lizard out of many.
Iguanas are picky.
Domestic iguanas do.
no, iguanas do not have hair.
Iguanas eat dark, leafy, green veggies. Mostly animals bigger than iguanas will eat them.
Iguanas are kind-of loners.
Iguanas are herbivores.
yes iguanas are herbivores
Iguanas are not native to Australia. The only iguanas in Australia are those found in zoos, such as the Green Iguanas at Australia Zoo.
Iguanas are a kind of lizard.
yes iguanas are vegetarians
No pytons do not eat iguanas.
no iguanas eat rats
Iguanas do not have a prehensile tail.
Iguanas are a type of tropical lizard. They have bony crests and are green in coloring. Iguanas are often kept as pets.
Mainland Iguanas have short claws for climbing trees while Galapagos Iguanas have long claws for hanging on to slippery rocks.
No, iguanas are not known for slithering.
i think that i is not poisonous to iguanas.
iguanas have a spiky tail to whip predators. (:
yes iguanas have scaly skin. An Iguanas' skin is rough and coarse similar to dry fish scales
iguanas get up to 6 ft and 11 pounds
iguanas are mostly found in california florida mexico
Iguanas do not eat insects because they are herbivores.
in places where crocodiles and iguanas live together
Iguanas lived approximately NOW.