LIVE WEBCAM WITH A RED IGUANA
- Location: Unknown
- Source: Claw
- Info: Live streaming webcam showing a red iganau called Malizer in a specially designed habitat. As well as the amazing home Malizer has, complete with a lovely pool, she has food delivered by a little yellow dumper truck !
Overall, most iguanas are herbivores and only eat vegetation such as flower buds, fruits and young leaves. Iguanas are social creatures that eat and live together. Male iguanas are very territorial, though, and will fight other encroaching male iguanas. Like most lizards, iguanas lay eggs, though the number of eggs varies, depending on species.
The female iguana lays her eggs in a burrow, covers them up and then leaves them alone. The eggs will stay a steady 77 to 89 degrees Fahrenheit (25 to 32 degrees Celsius), which incubates them until they hatch. The baby iguanas are completely on their own for the three years it takes to fully mature because their mother never returns. Many young iguanas never make it to maturity.