Photo take in a jungle path this big iguana rest on top of a tree lay on top of a small water pound, this is the adult stage they usually have a very bright green color as juvenile, as adults they lost the green and become gray and black. This is most common Iguana in the area usually near the coast, but it can be found in the jungle as well.They have distinctive keeled scales on their tails that´s where the name comes from.Mexican Spinytail Iguanas have distinctive keeled scales on their long tails, which gives them their common name. They are one of the larger members of the genus Ctenosaura, capable of growing to 140 cm in length, with females being slightly smaller than males at 100 cm, and are typically brown or grey-brown in coloration with a yellowish ventral surface. They have a crest of long spines which extend down the center of their back. Hatchlings are often a bright green color with no pattern and darken as they age.
These species inhabit lowland (below 1200m elevation) dry forests on both coasts of Mexico and Central America.In Mexico it is found from central Sinaloa to southern Oaxaca. It has also been introduced to the United States in the very southern tip of the state of Texas and in the state of Florida.
This iguana seems that just have lunch still hair and blood on the lips.