Do note that this image was taken on November 18th, 2022, at the Central Florida Zoo and Botanical Gardens, in Seminole County, Florida, USA.
A Black spiny-tailed iguana on display in the Reptile House.
The enclosure for a Utila spiny-tailed iguana within the aquarium section.
Part of a mixed species exhibit featuring various lizards from the deserts of the American southwest.
The same exhibit was supposed to also contain Red Sand Boa (Eryx johnii), but i didn't see any. 19th January 2020.
The enclosure for Black spiny-tailed iguana, found in the Reptile House. Zootierliste states these are the only ones at a UK zoo but I'm unsure...
In the Herpaquarium Reptile Building, June 3
During a recent study of the wild presence of Iguana iguana in Thailand and Singapore we noticed that green iguanas are being...
yyeep ( taken somewhere in 2018 (?)
A Florida inmate who had earned the privilege of working at a petting zoo run by a sheriff was arrested for feeding iguanas to the petting zoo's...
Taken using iPhone.
In the Feline and reptile house
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