It’s like, totally a marine iguana from the Galapagos. They’re super mellow on land when they’re warming up in the sun after their dives galapagos liveaboard diving . I got some good pics when I went to the Galapagos. I like them they’re sea. Iguanas I used to watch them on the Geographic Channel I missed turbo are iguana that we used to have we had him for a long time love you my handsome son with all my heart hugs and kisses going your way.
Five feet is a bit of an over statement but they’re still awesome saw literally hundreds of them while snorkelling in the Galapagos and handful when diving they’re very calm and placid creature that look hilarious whilst swimming (almost like they’re being beamed up to an alien space ship). So beautifully majestic and prehistoric looking! I’d probably shat myself if I ever came face to face with it underwater, but knowing it’s an herbivore would make things easier.
What surprises me about the post here is the fact i assumed those that followed post here came here to learn about the world around them and were compassionate, cared about our environment, the animals and life on our planet. yet what i am reading is defensiveness that is meant to hide ignorance, A lack of compassion for other human beings, and a lack of curiosity for the truth, learning etc
Because of global warming water is rising. Therefore making it harder for them to last in the water to find food. Apparently they’re going to either go extinct or find a new area. I was looking at the documentary like 2 years back i wanted to show it to my brother but i forgot now i know its on Galapagos its kind of sad cuz when the sea weed dies out they also starve to death!!
For those of you that don’t know, the reason why it really has the nickname Godzilla is because Godzilla is a Marine Iguana that was changed from a nuclear explosion.
let’s go to the Galapagos liveaboards dive so we can swim with these cuties!