Reptiles green iguana is one of the many species of reptiles found in Central and South American countries. Descendants of the green iguana is also seen in Mexico, Paraguay, Brazil and the Caribbean. There is no concrete evidence that green iguanas rank among the rare animals, but sometimes misunderstood to be one, because it is a major attraction for hunters. Hunters love to catch a big female iguanas. The green iguana is also delicious and a favorite number is known as the "Bamboo Chicken".
Physical appearance of the Green Iguana
The green iguana is to grow normally grows in the leg between four and six, but there are some that extend up to seven meters. Occupies almost all the long tail, because the ratings for nearly half of all body sizes. Although they are green, there is also the dominant color of black stripes on his body. Not because they are called green iguanas they would be satisfied with monochromatic green. also moved from very light green to gray-green and dull. Green iguana skin mainly because most standard taper along the back of the animal scale. Green iguanas are equipped with claws and long fingers, so that they can easily understand and climbing.
Green Iguana Habitat
baby green iguanas are usually in a tropical rain forest regions, especially in areas with low altitude, and water resources are available, such as from rivers and streams. Most limited their formative years in the woods about 40-50 feet above the ground.
The Amazing Adaptation Baby Green Iguana
In addition to unchanged and finger nails are long, which is owned by the baby green iguanas, they also have advanced and interesting adaptation much with them. Baby green iguanas are interested in their senses of hearing, sight and smell. One of their defense mechanisms is their tail snapped crisp, clear high into the air when danger is perceived. When the predator has the opportunity to grab the tail, it grows again without any damage. Leather baby green iguanas hard he was able to avoid scratches, nicks, and also water-resistant. Baby green iguana skin pigmentation assist with the collection, especially when there are predators in the area. But then when they detect their predators, baby green iguanas quickly jump from a tree and then bounced right into the water. Mind you, they are a very good swimmer.
Apart from this adaptation is very good, baby green iguanas are also strong. Imagine that they fall out of the ground about 40 to 50 feet, but they still can come get hurt. The male green iguanas have what is known as the dewlap on their skins. This is a special covering on their skin, they can use to impress female green iguana or to intimidate their predators approaching. With the dewlap, they managed to let himself look bigger. Another characteristic that is very good for green iguanas is that they are able to keep fat under the neck and jaw enough time, especially if there is not much food on hand.