The Almost Invisible Iguana

While looking for the crocodile in the marshy area near the entrance to Rincón de Guayabitos, I was fascinated to find some very camouflaged iguanas. It was my first time seeing iguanas in the wild and I was amazed at how difficult they are to see with their camouflage outfits. Someone told me they are often on the top of palm trees sunning themselves, and be darned if they weren’t. I only managed to get one picture of a tree top dweller. I wonder how they get down? I tried but never did get a decent photo of the croc. Next year?

Conrad Stenton Iguana 2 Conrad Stenton Iguana 1 Conrad Stenton Iguana 4 Conrad Stenton Iguana 6

by Conrad Stenton, Midland Ontario, Canada

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    I did not know about iguanas being on top of palm trees. Thanks for sharing that information. Will give my grandsons something to be on the look out for when they join me in Guayabitos next year.

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