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This iguana is about 6.5 feet long with a very thick body. Spikes and dewlap are orange in color while body is predominantly green. The extended dewlap is shown for courtship purposes or to deter a threat (probably me). Black and green striped tail.
Along an inland fresh water canal in western Boca Raton, FL
This large iguana visits my backyard daily. The population of green iguanas of all sizes seems to be growing tremendously this year and there are typically 2 to 4 different iguanas a day visiting. On this day an Egyptian goose decided to run off this and another iguana. This marks my 100th Project Noah post!