14 April, 2017

So That's Where They Hide

We always wondered where iguanas went at night. We thought they hid in bushes along the canal, or maybe in burrows or caves.

To get warm in this game, you've got to look a little higher. Say, about twenty or thirty feet higher up in the pine trees. Some stay in palm trees, and probably other trees as well.

A Secure Nighttime Roost
This photo is of one of the big boys in the neighborhood. He's probably a good four or five feet long, so that gives you an idea of his size and on a fairly flimsy looking branch at that.

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