The Spiny-tailed Iguana or Black Iguana or Black Ctenosaur, is a lizard native to Mexico and Central America that has been introduced to the United States in the state of Florida.
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The Spinttail Iguana is the largest species in the genus Ctenosaura and has been recorded as the fastest running lizard on earth. Black Spiny-tailed Iguanas are excellent climbers, and prefer a rocky habitat with plenty of crevices to hide in, rocks to bask on, and nearby trees to climb. They are primarily herbivorous, eating flowers, leaves, stems, and fruit, but they will opportunistically eat smaller animals, eggs, and arthropods. Juveniles tend to be insectivores becoming more herbivorous as they get older.
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I have been waiting over a year but it was well worth it. Got 8 Armidillo Lizards. All fingers an toes, tails and teeth. Not one blemish between them. All are eating, driniking and BEST OF ALL MATING!!!! Had fecal floats done and no parasites. YAH!!! Now the wait for babies. They all have great appitites and show no fear of people. When the giant Legless Lizards come in this is the only place I am going to buy from. The colony I already have are matng for the first time and I am stoked. This place has never sold me a bad critter yet.
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