By Tabi Trt
Red iguana, a type of lizard that lives in Central and South America. Red Iguana can be a deep, rich red or more orange-red color. It is a bright, striking red that looks very different from other reds.
Red Iguana can be good pets if they are cared for properly, but they have specific needs that must be met.
A red iguana is a subspecies of the more common green iguana. People think that they are a rare color change of the green iguana.
Red iguana, which is also called red rock iguanas, are not harmful. They are a kind of lizard that doesn’t make poison.
When they feel threatened, scared, or stressed, red iguanas can bite you. They may also bite if they are not taken care of properly.
Red Iguana is a social animal that can form bonds with people, but it depends on the individual iguana and how it is raised and cared for.
Salmonella and Cryptosporidium are two of the most common diseases that iguanas can carry.
Adult males are usually between 6 and 7 feet (1.8 to 2.1 m) long and weigh between 10 and 15 pounds.
They are known to have a lifespan of about 15-20 years, but with proper care and a healthy diet, they can live even longer.