How to Pronounce iguana?

Correct pronunciation for the word "iguana" is [ˌɪɡjuːˈɑːnə], [ˌɪɡjuːˈɑːnə], [ˌɪ_ɡ_j_uː_ˈɑː_n_ə].

"Iguana" in context

The iguana is a lizard that is from the American tropics and subtropics, ranging from Mexico to Brazil. It is the most common lizard of the inhabitance of that region. They are usually found near bodies of water, as they spend most of their time foraging for food and lounging in the sun.

Iguanas have a telltale long, scaly tail and often vary in color such as green, brown and gray. They are omnivores and eat insects, plants, and other small creatures. They act primarily as opportunistic predators but, like all lizards, they are also capable of consuming vegetation.

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