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Desert iguana (Dipsosaurus dorsalis). Lives in deserts in southwestern United States and northwestern Mexico. It is a medium-sized lizard, 60 cm long including tail.

Desert iguana (Dipsosaurus dorsalis). Lives in deserts in southwestern United States and northwestern Mexico. It is a medium-sized lizard, 60 cm long including tail.

Desert Iguana by flygrl67, via Flickr

Desert Iguana by flygrl67, via Flickr

Flood Of Crocodiles Hits South Africa  ... from PetsLady.com ... The FUN site for Animal Lovers

Flood Of Crocodiles Hits South Africa

Flood Of Crocodiles Hits South Africa ... from PetsLady.com ... The FUN site for Animal Lovers

Desert iguana are great to watch as they dash around.

Desert iguana are great to watch as they dash around.

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Marine iguana Introduced species such as cats, rats, dogs and pigs prey on marine iguanas. They are also threatened by the impacts of climate change. Sea level and air temperature rise can affect their beach nesting habitat and the iguanas’ ability to regulate its body temperature while on land, as well as interfere with egg development.

Marine iguana Introduced species such as cats, rats, dogs and pigs prey on marine iguanas. They are also threatened by the impacts of climate change. Sea level and air temperature rise can affect their beach nesting habitat and the iguanas’ ability to regulate its body temperature while on land, as well as interfere with egg development.

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