Description: Iguanas are tree dwelling vegetarians. They are active during the day. their colors are mainly green with black stripes. They have some yellow and mabey even orange. They have extra skin under their neck called a dewlap and have spines on their back.
Size: Juviniles are 6 inches and adults are 4-6 feet.
Diet: Iguanas eat many different veggies, but never feed them iceberg lettece because it has no nutriants and they might get hooked on it and will refuse to eat anything else. They eat bannas, oranges, strawberries, lettece, collard greens, turnip greens, and many other greens.
Cage: The cage should be a 40 gallon or more sized caged. bowls for food and water should be shallow. There should be branches and leaves and news paper or brown paper for the bottom.You need a light for warmth and proper digestion. The tempature should be 70-85 degrees and provide some sort of shade so your Iguana doesn't overheat. If it does overheat it will die just like Paul's little cute baby iguana. You should keep your cage clean.
Handling: You should handle it 2 or 3 times a day and stroke it to tame it. Some people have potty trained their iguans so they will only "go" on a news paper or brown paper.