|There is a lot of great iguana care
information out there on the internet, but it helps if
you know where to look. Below are some of the Green
Iguana Society's favorite iguana web sites. They contain
reliable, current iguana care information. This list is
by no means comprehensive, but it will get you started
off on the right foot! |
|Melissa Kaplan's Herp & Iguana Care Information Collection|
One of the most comprehensive iguana care web sites out there is Melissa Kaplan's Giant Green Iguana Information Collection. This excellent on-line book is a must-read for all iguana owners! In it you will find information on just about every topic related to iguanas that you can think of.
|The Iguana Den|
Another very comprehensive web site and online iguana community. Home of the popular Iguana Den Diet.
|Napoleon The Iguana's Home Page|
Another great site is Napoleon The Iguana's Home Page. This site, by Tricia Power, has good information on taming and socializing your iguana, as well as basic care and diet information. There is a section on free roaming, and also the tale of how Tricia rehabilitated Napoleon from a bad case of MBD when she adopted him.
Coming from the UK, this very comprehensive web site has a nice list of links to help people find vets in the UK, as well as some great video clips of iguanas exhibiting various behaviors.
Henry Lizardlover's site is filled with excellent and unique information about green iguanas, including care information, behavior and attitudes, body language, iguana intelligence, fantastic and fun photos, as well as information on buying his electric nail trimming tool and book. Henry's web site is still under major construction, but much more is on the way.
Yamanouchi Iguana Laboratory|
The Yamanouchi Iguana Laboratory by Akira & Takako Yamanouchi is a neat site with some wonderful information about iguana health. There is even a section on how to do a fecal exam to check your iguana for parasites! Some of the pages are in Japanese, but many are in English.
House of Galahad|
The House of Galahad by Cat Rigby-Burdette is a wonderful source of iguana information and funny iguana stories.