Poll: how cool are iguanas
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View poll results: how cool are iguanas
too cool
7 29%
too cool
6 25%
too cool
6 25%
too cool
10 42%
too cool
8 33%
too cool
6 25%
too cool
10 42%
too cool
7 29%
too cool
7 29%
lolmnt rules
25 104%
Voters: 24.
#1
Let's talk about the world's cutest and most awesomest creature to ever be conceived by nature: Iguanas, aka mini Godzillas.









adorbz :3 use this thread to talk about how ****ing badass and cool they are k thx
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#2
Geckos ftw
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#4
they're not cute
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i kinda wish we all had a penis and vagina instead of buttholes

i mean no offense to buttholes and poop or anything

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#6
meow




#9
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neither r u lol

this is mean i am cute
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Quote by Bob_Sacamano
i kinda wish we all had a penis and vagina instead of buttholes

i mean no offense to buttholes and poop or anything

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#10
ugly beasts.
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#11


if they can make selma happy they can make anyone happy
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#13
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#14
What a coincidence. I came across an iguana in Brisbane, Australia the other day and took a few pics :3



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#18
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These things are always by the canals down here. And in the North campus of Miami Dade College.

yup my sister was coming home from dade once and there was one crossing the road. I wish they were around my area, ive never seen one just chilling outside my house. I get green anoles here though:

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#19
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What a coincidence. I came across an iguana in Brisbane, Australia the other day and took a few pics :3



Those aren't iguanas you ingrate. They're not even iguanids. Those are water dragons , probably eastern sub, aka Intellagama lesueurii lesueurii.
#21
Quote by Cb4rabid
yup my sister was coming home from dade once and there was one crossing the road. I wish they were around my area, ive never seen one just chilling outside my house. I get green anoles here though:


We have those too! They're not common but they show up now and then. One of them jumped on my leg when I was in middle school and I started flailing around to get it off. Shit was huge.
#23
Quote by metaldud536
We have those too! They're not common but they show up now and then. One of them jumped on my leg when I was in middle school and I started flailing around to get it off. Shit was huge.

yeah theyre pretty big. I grabbed one from a tree outside my house once and theyre pretty aggro. it starting biting me but they dont really have teeth so it didnt hurt but they just start flailing around everywhere and theyre hard to control. as soon as i put it on the ground it shot up lightning speed back up the tree
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#24
In highschool, there was one in a rather too small terrarium (0.5*1 m^2, I'd say), and I remember him as he got lazier every year. In the first year, you could see him move and climb a log he had a bit higher up to keep himself warm under the red light.
In year 4 I don't remember seeing him being anywhere else than lying on the floor and waiting for food. It was funny to touch him, you could feel his ribs under what seemed as no meat but only loose fatty skin.
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