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Your easy guide to care, training and breeding of common green iguanas

Dolly Ellerbrock

Your easy guide to care, training and breeding of common green iguanas

by Dolly Ellerbrock

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Published by ABELexpress in Carnegie, PA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Green iguanas as pets.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 41).

    Statementby Dolly Ellerbrock.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSF459.I38 E44 1995
    The Physical Object
    Pagination44 p. :
    Number of Pages44
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL551749M
    LC Control Number96133269

    The result is a page (plus 10 pages of index and a separate section of 16 color photographs) book that discusses the complexities, rigors, and joys of keeping--and being kept by--green iguanas. The book begins with a very useful table of contents outlining the nine chapters, ten appendixes, and 46 tables, illustrations, and photographs. The best book on green iguanas to come along in years. Information on diet, housing, and health, wonderful insights into iguana psychology and iguana-human interaction. The definitive work on management, care and personality traits of green iguanas in captivity.

    The green iguana can be classed as hazardous, a medium risk animal likely to seriously injure a person. The iguanas sharp claws and teeth could inflict a serious wound and its tail can be used as a whip that could damage a persons eye, the zoonotic disease salmonella is also carried by green Size: KB. The addition of clean untreated fall leaves, flowers, and other novel natural items offers an easy source of enrichment as well. References Green Iguana Society Iguana Iguana: Guide for Succesful Captive Care, Frederic L. Frye Green Iguana: The Ultimate Owner’s Manual, James W. Hatfield III Iguanas in Your Home, R.

    Green Iguanas are native to Mexico, Central America, islands in the Caribbean, and South America. Free-ranging adults live in trees eating leaves and blossoms. Most pet iguanas are from “farms” in Central America and imported for the pet trade. Maximum life span is listed as 25 years, with average captive life span at least 7 years. To treat your green iguana correctly, and take correct care of it, you should make sure the vegetables you feed it are of exceptionally high nutritional value, unlike the lettuce, turnip greens and mustard greens both include this.. If you have an iguana or are looking to .


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