Green iguanas are diurnal, arboreal lizards found in the tropical forests of Central and South America. Their color ranges from green to a reddish brown and can use their tails to deliver painful strikes.
- The flap under an iguana's chin is called a dewlap which is used in courtships and territorial displays.
- They are agile climbers and can be found basking in the Sun on branches.
- Green iguanas are herbivores and tend to eat fruits, flowers, greens, and other plant material.
|Range||Central & South America|
|Conservation status||Least concern|
|Zoo name(s)||Zuko & Kyoshi|
|Zoo location||Education Building|