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Is your kid insisting on a pet iguana, but you feel it may be too dangerous for him? Are you looking for a friendly way to introduce your child to this creepy creature? If you found yourself nodding along, consider reading our post below.

The iguana is a strange looking lizard with saggy skin on its throat, stocky stature and spines protruding from its head, back, tail and neck. There are hundreds of species of the animal and all of them look and act so differently that it may be hard for you to believe that they are members of the same family. Some iguanas are bright and vibrant while some look dull and dreary. Here are ten iguana coloring pages displaying this animal in all its glory.

10 Creepy Iguana Coloring Pages:

1. Iguana:

Here’s a perfect iguana coloring page to introduce to your little learner. An iguana is a 6 feet long, brown and green lizard native to countries like Fiji, Mexico, Caribbean, and Tonga. The natural colors of iguanas help them blend with the surroundings. What color do you think will look best on this iguana?

2. Rhinoceros Iguana:

Here’s a realistic Iguana coloring sheet of a pair of rhinoceros iguanas. The rhinoceros iguanas are the most magnificent iguanas in the world. This species of iguana is native to the Hispaniola Island. The rhinoceros iguana has a very impressive appearance, which makes them very desirable with animal lovers. Tell your kid to use gray or brown for this iguana.

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3. Green Iguana:

The green iguana is one of the most common species of iguana. This forest dwelling desert lives in the canopy of the South American rainforest. The young green iguanas live in the lower canopies while the adults reside in the tree tops. The green iguana is very common as a pet animal because of its calm disposition and bright colors.

4. Marine Iguana:

This coloring page shows a pair of marine iguanas having fun in the water. Marine iguanas, as the name implies, have a unique ability to forage in the water. They are excellent swimmers and often dive to prevent the predators from attacking. You’ll find marine iguanas in the Galapagos Islands.

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5. Iguana Sitting On A Book:

This coloring page shows an iguana sitting on the books. It seems that he has finished reading the entire book and is waiting for new sets to come. Iguanas have excellent eyesight, which allows them to detect movements even from long distances. In fact, iguanas use visual signals to communicate with their buddies.

6. Albino Iguana:

Here’s an albino Iguana coloring pictures. The albino iguana is one of the rarest species of iguanas. It develops yellow, orange and pink marking as it ages. The coloration makes it quite popular.

7. Cayman Brac Iguana:

The Cayman Brac iguana is a huge, silver-gray iguana. It’s long and flat angled shaped head is its unique feature. The young Cayman Brac Iguana is green or dark brown in color but turns red as it ages. It’s up to your kid to decide which color he’d like to use for this Cayman Brac iguana, red, brown or green.

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8. Blue Iguana:

The coloring page features a blue iguana. The blue iguana is beautiful in the truest sense. Its bright blue color makes it stand out even from a long distance. But you have to take special care of this iguana if you’re planning to keep it as a pet.

9. Cuban Rock Iguana:

The Cuban Rock Iguana is one of the coolest species of iguanas. This iguana resides in colonies all over Cuba and nearby islands. It has a life expectancy of 55 years. It grows up to 5 feet tall and weighs around 30 pounds. Cuban rock iguanas can also live for around 60 to 80 years.

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10. Iguana Perched On A Tree:

The Iguana color page shows an iguana perched on a tree and little children enjoying the view. Iguanas prefer living in open areas and thrive best in the forest environment. Although iguanas fall in the omnivorous category, most of its species enjoy the herbivorous diet more. Ripened fruits and leafy greens are a favorite of iguanas.

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