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Correct spelling:
Large herbivorous tropical American lizards.
reptiles (noun)
terrapins, geckoes, lizards, tortoises, chameleons, turtles, reptiles, diamondbacks, salamanders, newts, gila monsters, crocodiles, alligators.
Examples of usage:
  1. After commanding every inferior mortal to make way for this exalted prince, the heralds called aloud to the animal creation, ye serpents; fly, ye locusts; approach not, iguanas, lizards and reptiles, while your lord and master condescends to set his foot on the earth. 'Retire, - "The Tribes and Castes of the Central Provinces of India Volume II", R. V. Russell.
  2. These iguanas are immense green lizards, or rather moderate- sized crocodiles, sometimes three feet in length, but weighing generally about seven or eight pounds. - "Wonderful Adventures of Mrs. Seacole in Many Lands", Mary Seacole Commentator: W. H. Russell.
  3. The bat shooting over, our sportsmen would then proceed to a new sport- " To fresh fields and pastures new;" that is, in pursuit of and shooting at the iguanas, a large species of lizard, measuring from five to six feet long, which infest the rocks on the borders of the lake. - "Adventures in the Philippine Islands", Paul P. de La Gironière.

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