Posted by Joe on July 14, 2000 at 16:00:28:
In Reply to: IGUANA QUESTION posted by ANACONDA on June 25, 2000 at 20:37:28:
From my experience, juvenile iguanas will eat insects but will move more to a veggie diet as they grow older. One VHS member told me he had an adult Green Iguana that would eat mice. I guess it depends also on where a Green Iguana comes from since they range from Mexico down into South America with many different things to eat. I recommend you give your iguana plenty of mixed vegetables along with the crickets and add a UV light. You are right, Vosjoli is great reference for Iguana Care and several other herps. Keep reading and good luck. Joe firstname.lastname@example.org
: I'VE BEEN TOLD THAT GIVING CRICKETS TO IGS ON AN OCCASIONAL BASIS IS GOOD FOR THEM. I HAVE ALSO BEEN TOLD THAT IT MAY CAUSE CANCER IN THE LONG RUN IF YOU GIVE THEM TOO MUCH. CAN ANYONE TELL ME IF THERE IS ANY SUBSTANCE TO THESE ISSUES ? WHO IS CORRECT AND HOW MUCH CRICKETS, IF ANY CAN BE GIVEN ? I BASE MYSELF FROM THE VOSJOLI BOOK THAT IT IS OKAY.
: ANYONE ?
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