Tuesday, August 10, 2004
The green iguana (Iguana iguana) is expanding its northerly range in Florida, according to this report from the Palm Beach Post. Once restricted to only the southern tip of Florida, the Central American lizards have now made themselves at home in places like Boca Raton, where they munch on landscaped vegetation and swim in inground pools. The article features an interview with the locally known "Iguana Man," who keeps more than 50 iguanas at his "Iguana Rescue and Compound."
Labels: Florida, iguanas, lizards, reptiles
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