Desert Iguana Frolic

Two Desert Iguanas (Dipsosaurus dorsalis) hanging out on the rocks near the front door, like they’re posing for some lizard romance paperback cover. The longer one looked 12-14 inches head to tail. Photographed by Stephanie Smith today.

Video will be posted later.

Desert Iguana:

Thanks to William Loveless for the ID. We originally thought they were Western Whiptails…


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2 Responses to Desert Iguana Frolic

  1. william loveless says:

    so beautiful.

  2. jamie rosenthal says:

    maybe this is the book?

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