Coloured X-ray of the skeleton of an iguana lizard

Coloured X-ray of the skeleton of an iguana lizard

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Caption: Iguana. Coloured X-ray showing the skeleton of an iguana, a lizard belonging to the Iguanidae family. The iguana has a tail usually longer than the rest of its body, as seen here. This reptile uses claws on its long toes for grasping and climbing. The Iguanidae family is notable for having teeth positioned on the inside of the jawbone rather than being seated on the top of the jawbone. Iguanas inhabit the Americas and some Pacific islands.

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Keywords: animal, iguana, lizard, nature, reptile, reptilia, skeleton, wildlife, x-ray, xray, zoology

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