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1 | Lesser Antillean Iguana, once widespread across the Caribbean, is now present on only several islands. It is a good sized lizard with male's body reaching up to about 16" in length with a 32" tail. Females are a bit smaller. They are gray in color with green patches on the underside, but their notable feature is the pale ivory color on their face. Males have pink on the throat and blue around their eyes. Submitted courtesy Ken Childs. 
Photographer: unknown | Camera: Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XT | Date: 10-10-06 | Resolution: 2438 x 2184 | ISO: 100 | Exposure Mode: Av-priority | Exposure Time: 1/10s | Aperture: 5.6 | Focal Length: 55.0mm | White Balance: Auto white balance | Flash: Flash fired
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