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green iguana

iguana iguana

Description:

brought to florida as pets they became invasive.

Notes:

this green iguana was extremely large and let me get fairly close

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13 Comments

Adarsha B S
Adarsha B S 7 years ago

Fabulous spotting!

jamiewgoodspeed
jamiewgoodspeed 7 years ago

Thank you

So, if I ran a pet modelling agency, I would definitely hire this handsome fellow! It appears that he is totally posing for you to take photos of him! NICE JOB!

Jason Alexander
Jason Alexander 7 years ago

Awesome! Great spotting jamiewgoodspeed!

Mona Pirih
Mona Pirih 7 years ago

Nice photographs..

Ryan.Champiny
Ryan.Champiny 7 years ago

He may have been a pet at some point, when I caught my iguana he let us get really close too and when we took him to the vet a reptile specialist said that he was probably a dumped pet.

AmeliaPatterson
AmeliaPatterson 7 years ago

Definitely a male! Stunning photos of this boy. He seems to just know he's fabulous.

jamiewgoodspeed
jamiewgoodspeed 7 years ago

i like this photo because i got so close.

Matthew Pearson
Matthew Pearson 7 years ago

you work that skin

uetech8
uetech8 7 years ago

that is nice jamie. By derrick.

jamiewgoodspeed
jamiewgoodspeed 7 years ago

isn't he amazing

Cjagentdave
Cjagentdave 7 years ago

Cool

jamiewgoodspeed
jamiewgoodspeed 7 years ago

this is one of my favorite pictures i took.

jamiewgoodspeed
Spotted by
jamiewgoodspeed

Ocean Ridge, Florida, USA

Spotted on May 22, 2013
Submitted on May 22, 2013

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