Iguanas have excellent vision and are able to see shapes, shadows, colors and movement at long distances. Iguanas use their eyes to navigate through crowded forests, as well as for finding food. They use visual signals to communicate with other members of the same species. They respond to visual stimulus of colors such as orange, yellow, pink, and in rare cases blue as food substances.

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Grand Cayman Blue Iguana May 2013

Frilled Lizard - Australia unit

Land iguana - commonly found in trees and on grassy banks near rivers in Costa Rica.

Smiling iguana.

Green Iguana (Iguana iguana), Caribbean

Albino Iguana

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Macrojo, picture by Alvaro Cubero Vega. (STOP ADVERTISING FOR WEBSITES IN COMMENTS => I will immediately delete these type of comments and block you from all my Pinterest boards).

Stunning image....beautiful animal

The round pupil in a lizard is generally better adapted for diurnal species whereas slit pupils are found in nocturnal species. Most lizards can see in color and some have opsin proteins which allow them to see in ultraviolet wavelengths that the human eye cannot perceive.

Iguana

dolphin at sunset

chameleon baby

Handsome, aren't I? Galapagos land Iguana

Ridiculously photogenic lizard. "Talk to the Hand! ...No, Girl I no she didn't"

On the brink of extinction just a decade ago, the Grand Cayman blue iguana has made a major comeback. http://oak.ctx.ly/r/zms

Smiling Iguana

long nosed or proboscis monkey