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Helmeted Iguana Forest behavior

The Forest Helmeted Iguana is also known as the "Forest Chameleon", but it is not a true chameleon at all.

Forest Helmeted Iguanas are arboreal lizards that prefer tropical rainforest habitats. Forest Forest Helmeted Iguanas are well known for their primary defense mechanism, which is to "play dead". They will often appear utterly lifeless in the face of danger.


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