National Iguana Awareness Day

National Iguana Awareness Day is celebrated on 8th September. National Iguana Awareness Day is the perfect chance to learn about keeping your lovely iguana domestic and friendly and also on this day learn how to take care of its grooming and health and how to keep it comfortable at a house. These cold-blooded iguanas can be an amazing and fulfilling pet for many decades with the proper care and attention.

History of National Iguana Awareness Day

The origin and history of National Iguana Awareness Day are not known, Iguanas are fascinating creatures, they are cold-blooded reptiles with awful bite and an amazing active tail native to South and Central America. These reptiles are believed to have come to the United States on cargo boats; they are now commonly seen in the Florida Keys as squirrels in the Midwestern U.S. Because these cold-blooded colorful reptiles are not native to the United States, they are not safeguarded from hunting or pet collection. Many Florida residents have taken these Iguanas to their house and turned them into pets instead of the garden annoyance. Not all new owners of these baby iguanas realize that this little bundle of scales can grow one day to six feet long. With very a restricted dietic needs and with a different reptilian personality these colorful creatures are said to be easy to love, but hard to care for.

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National Iguana Awareness Day

Other Celebrations on September 8

September 8, 2018, is also celebrated as

How to Celebrate National Iguana Awareness Day

Celebrate National Iguana Awareness Day by learning all about these cute reptiles and how to protect and take care of them. If you have an iguana at home, take pictures with your lovely iguana and share it with others on social media using the hashtag #IguanaAwarenessDay.

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