Have you ever went to the desert? If so, you have probably spotted a very common animal – the desert iguana.
Those who live in that area claim they have seen those iguanas in their yards, hiding from people behind large rocks.

Iguanas love to eat flowers and the leaves of many bushes. The iguana will change its color from gray an almost white hue. This is usually done from the early morning hours because temperatures are lower to midday when the temperatures are much higher. Iguanas do this to avoid getting too hot.

1. Where to locate Desert Iguana

This type of iguana thrives in the Southwest and Western United states and also Mexico. They include the states of: Utah (southwest corner), Nevada (southern pars), Baja, California,…



Source by Abhishek Agarwal