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That's why residents are being advised not to pick up the iguanas, according to the Sun-Sentinel.
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The edge-seeking animals are more likely to be generalists or invasive species, like green iguanas and boa constrictors.
The company sells policies for goats, potbellied pigs, iguanas, opossums and even hedgehogs.
Here and there were a few eccentric touches: One mannequin was supplied with a plastic bottle of water; an iguana peeked out from beneath the skirt of another.
And even though it was soon followed by Iguanodon (the iguana tooth) in 1825, the bulk of 19th century names were variations of –saurus.
Two officers captured the iguana and took it back to the Menomonee Falls Police Department.
Sure, animals can raft across large distances by clinging to natural debris that’s been swept to sea by storms—that’s how lemurs got to Madagascar, how monkeys and guinea pigs got to South America, and how iguanas got the Galapagos.
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