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Iguana pets are really exciting animals to have, but there are some important things to consider before you decide to bring one home.

First, they require a very specific living environment. They are of tropical origin and require constant tropical conditions. The temperature of their living area should remain unchanged, regardless of the temperature outside. If there is snow on the ground, your iguana should maintain proper temperature in the tropics.

Pets iguanas must have an enclosure of at least 1.5 to 2 times their length. It may not seem so big when you look at a baby iguana, but they grow. They grow big. Iguanas grow about 12 inches per year and reach lengths of 5 to 7 feet.

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You do not need to provide an iguana cage or enclosure; you may have an iguana “free roaming”. This does not necessarily mean that you give your iguana full control of your home. You can still limit it to a specific room or area; it’s just not closed like an iguana cage. There are many things to consider before you decide to let your iguana roam freely.

Iguanas love to climb. They are arboreal lizards in their natural habitat, which means that they live on trees. They prefer to be high so that they can see what is happening beneath them. In the wild, this helps protect them because they can see predators and danger below.

Iguanas love to bask and sleep in elevated areas about 4-7 feet above ground level. This is achieved by creating “shelves” for the iguana or adding “branches” to their iguana cages. These bathing areas must be strong to support the weight of the iguana. As your iguana grows, you may need to adjust your shelves and branches.

You will need to provide lighting and heating equipment for your iguana. Iguanas have special lighting requirements at different times of the day. As your iguana grows and grows in size, lighting and heating equipment may require adjustments to adapt to it.

Iguanas are herbivores and have special dietary requirements. Do not think, because your iguana is a herbivore that you can just feed it an iceberg lettuce and get it over with. Iceberg lettuce does not contain the necessary nutrients for your iguana. There are very specific foods that your iguana should eat in certain proportions. There are also some very specific foods that you should never feed on an iguana.

If you heard a rumor that you should feed your iguana insects, mice and worms, listen up. This is just a rumor, and it is completely wrong. While iguanas really need protein, it is a vegetable protein, not an animal protein. Iguanas can sometimes eat insects on their own, but you must follow a proper diet and refrain from feeding your animal the wrong food. Your iguana can take food from you from your plate, but this does not mean that it is good for him. Learn the right iguana food early on and eat the right diet.

If you want to have an iguana, this is a lot of fun. They are very interesting creatures to observe. If you train properly and care for the iguana, he will be happy and healthy for many years. Just be prepared in advance for the commitment iguana ownership requires. Iguanas will need special lighting and heating equipment, properly structured and furnished building; a very specific diet, proper training; and attention from you. Know what you get involved in advance. A well-informed decision is always better so that you are fully prepared for your adventure with the iguana.

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