All your questions about iguanas answered

Can Iguanas Eat Red And Yellow Peppers?

Nutritious vegetables include: radish, clover, bean sprouts, peppers (red, yellow and green), squash, carrots, fresh corn, green beans, pea pods, okra, cooked sweet potato, shredded parsnips, Brussels sprouts, cauliflower, cucumber and mixed, thawed, frozen vegetables.[1] Can Iguanas Have Yellow Peppers? Vegetables your iguana may like are shredded carrots, peas, green beans & other beans, bell …

Can Iguanas Eat Red And Yellow Peppers? Read More »

What Foods Are Toxic To Iguana?

Some of these include: spinach, romaine lettuce, onions, beets, beet greens, celery stalk, Swiss-chard, carrots, bananas, grapes, lettuce, kale, Chinese cabbage, broccoli, turnips, cauliflower and brussels sprouts. However there are some plants that are to be avoided all together.Sep 10, 2015[1] Can Iguanas Eat Apple? Fruit should make up only a small percentage (less than …

What Foods Are Toxic To Iguana? Read More »

Do Iguanas Eat Carrots?

Carrots can be fed as part of the diet that isn’t leafy green veggies. Other vegetables that can be included are okra, winter squashes, bell pepper, green beans, and parsnips. Fruits that are safe for iguanas include bananas, berries, and melon, but these foods should be offered in moderation as a treat.[1] Can Green Iguanas …

Do Iguanas Eat Carrots? Read More »