Saturday, October 17, 2009

Iguana know more



These two photos are of Mexican Iguanas in the Yucatan Pennisula.
My mom took these photos while on vacation down there this summer.



They are supposedly vegetarian.

And, if you feed one...20 more will appear.

My mom fed them.

This one is running off with a piece of bread she gave it.



They're huge!
And pretty cool looking.

I can't imagine just seeing them all over the place, like they are there.

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14 comments:

Joy said...

Way cool! Although I think I'd be afraid to hand-feed them. ;o)

storyteller said...

Wonderful photos and interesting info too! I've shared Birds from my Rainy Day walk this week.
Hugs and blessings,

b13 said...

He got himself a tasty treat :)

eileeninmd said...

Cool critters, They look big. Thanks for sharing.

Mara said...

They don't really look like vegetarians to me! They do look huge though...

Jan's Place USA and Mt Forest Pictures said...

wonderful shots, that would be so cool to see!

Squirrel said...

The toes on that thing are amazing.

Twisted Fencepost said...

Iguana's are cool critters.
I would like the chance to see them in the wild.

Dhemz said...

what a treat!


btw, this is my first time to join this meme....here's mine:

http://www.gregdemcydias.com/2009/10/camera-critters-squirrel.html

Oskar said...

Those are cool pictures, but I'm glad they don't live by my house!

Susie said...

We had one Iguanas outside our hotel during our honeymoon in Mexico. We named her "Iggy":-)

Calico Crazy said...

Very cool! I've never been much of a lizard person but my daughter loves the Komodo Dragons at the zoo (definitely not vegetarians), and the smaller lizards at the Herpetaurium. She would love giant lizards she could feed.

Calico Contemplations

Sprite's Keeper said...

Come on down to South Florida! There's iguanas all over the East Coast and they're HUGE. And brazen.

Misty Dawn said...

Those are really, really cool! I wish we had lizards and iguanas here!!!