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Correct spelling:
Large herbivorous tropical American lizards.


Geckoes, Alligators, Crocodiles, Newts, Salamanders, diamondbacks, chameleons, gila monsters, lizards, reptiles, terrapins, tortoises, turtles.
Examples of usage:
  1. As a matter of fact the iguanas are harmless, their shape and coloring being designed to protect them. – Tom Swift in the Land of Wonders or, The Underground Search for the Idol of Gold by Victor Appleton
  2. After commanding every inferior mortal to make way for this exalted prince, the heralds called aloud to the animal creation, 'Retire, ye serpents; fly, ye locusts; approach not, iguanas, lizards and reptiles, while your lord and master condescends to set his foot on the earth. – The Tribes and Castes of the Central Provinces of India Volume II by R. V. Russell
  3. The Doctor said that there were three species of iguanas in the district, the largest being green, changing to orange or gray, and its flesh not being eaten, as it is too sweet; the second species is of medium size, and gray or black in color; the third is rarer, smaller, and is striped lengthwise; it lives among the rocks near the coast. – In Indian Mexico (1908) by Frederick Starr
  4. There, in hollow trunks of trees, or in holes made in the mud, we found the black iguanas, and pulled them out by their tails. – Adventures of a Young Naturalist by Lucien Biart
  5. They are varanians, a species of water- lizard, very similar to the iguanas of the New World, which are considered great delicacies. – In the Wilds of Africa by W.H.G. Kingston