Friday, May 30, 2008

What iguanas do all day

Ok, here you go: They spend most of their day up in the trees. I have this on good authority from the Green Iguana Society:
"Green iguanas are generally arboreal, meaning that they live in trees. Their long claws are superb adaptations for this lifestyle. Although they may appear to be quite clumsy as they tip over your furniture, knock things off shelves and fall off of perches, they are quite good climbers. They spend the majority of the day high in the forest canopy, and venture to the ground only to move from tree to tree, to mate, and to lay eggs. They are also good swimmers and jumpers."
Son will be pleased to know I found the answer.


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