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1. Special kind of light that helps iguanas use calcium.
2. The kind of light that iguanas love the most.
3. A measure of the amount of water in the air.
4. Another word for cage or enclosure.
5. Covers the skin of all reptiles, including iguanas.
6. The mineral that helps grow strong healthy bones.
7. The good leafy vegetables that are great foods for iguanas. Mustard, collard, turnip and dandelion are all types of these.
8. Worms, ticks and mites.
9. The flap of skin that lies under an iguana's chin.
10. The sharp things on iguana's feet that help them climb.
11. The warmest spot in an iguana's habitat.
12. The material on the habitat floor.
13. What iguanas hatch out of when they're born.
14. Another term used to describe a pregnant iguana.
15. Word that means "living in trees".
16. The person your iguana should visit at least once a year to make sure it's healthy.
17. The vein inside of an iguana's claw.
18. The part of an iguana that can be broken off if the iguana is scared and trying to get away from a predator.
19. This is what happens when an iguana loses its skin.
20. Another word for iguana poop.
21. Word that means "plant eating only".
22. What SVL stands for.
23. What STL stands for.
24. Where iguanas usually hang out in the wild.
25. The name for an iguana's third eye.
26. A type of bacteria that is carried by some iguanas.
27. The sharp things in an iguana's mouth used to rip and shred food.
28. The thing in an iguana's habitat that tells you what the temperature is.
29. The part of the iguana where the poop comes out.
30. The stuff that you may sprinkle on your iguana's food every few days.
31. What we call animals like iguanas and other reptiles who get their heat from their surroundings.
32. A Ca:P ratio of 2:1 is good for an iguana's diet. Ca stands for calcium. What does the P stand for?
33. The abbreviation of metabolic bone disease, which is a very common sickness of iguanas.