45 comments

Marie W
Marie W5 months ago

Thanks for sharing.

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Melania P
Melania Padilla6 months ago

Awwww

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Jennifer H
Jennifer H8 months ago

Cute video. The iguana is definitely comfortable in his surroundings. They let you know if they aren't.

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Pat P
Pat P8 months ago

I am glad the 2 different species appear to like each other--but NOT all animals should be pets, just because humans want it that way. Can't they just let species be free, peaceful and happy?!

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Jane F
Jane F9 months ago

Just like telling Asian people, they MUST stay in Asia., or taking a British Bulldog, and sending him back to Britian to be with his own kind, when he was born and raised by humans in America. You can say YES I would love to see them FREE in their OWN original habitat, but sadly, HUMANS screwed that up. Humans think they are the dominant species of the world, putting all animals on a lower pedistol, when clearly humans ARE the PROBLEM.

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Jane F
Jane F9 months ago

Adorable. So trusting of eachother.
You all that say that this iguana should be in the desert......don't tell that to this owner....tell that to the THRIVING PET TRADE INDUSTRY. If they didn't SELL iguanas in Petshops, the demand wouldn't be there. And the reptiles would BE in the DESERT. BUT they probably aren't, cause this iguana probably was born in captivity, and raised by humans. So, you think these iguanas should be back in the desert, well unfortunately these were probably born and raised in the pet trade. To put this iguana in the desert to live all alone, would kill it. So, just be happy for the iguana, he has a great home, and a great 4-legged best friend.

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Jane F
Jane F9 months ago

The two look like they are MEDITATING. SO peacefully

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Amanda G
Amanda G9 months ago

So cute!

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Ruth C
Ruth C9 months ago

Cute, but Iguanas are suppose to be, FREE!!

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ERIKA S
ERIKA S9 months ago

nice but iguana in the house?...they belong in the wild

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