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This marine iguana is a perfect example of evolution

These iguanas have aquatic habits, but it wasn't always the case. Here's why they became the only lizards with the ability to live at sea.

06/07/2019 6:23 AMupdated: 06/07/2019 2:18 PM

2002 comments

  • Michael C.
    5 days

    Look like he was having a good time I never knew they can swim

  • Brandi K.
    09/21/2020 16:13

    My favorite part was probably floated there from the continent on rafts made of vegetation.....!

  • Terry N.
    09/21/2020 15:58

    No, thanks to his Creator, he adapted to live in conditions conducive to his creation

  • Dayton D.
    09/21/2020 09:11

    The whole time I was watching this I was waiting to see if he'd turn into Godzilla😂🤦‍♂️

  • Jessica S.
    09/21/2020 05:41

    Yeah in a movie and they called him Godzilla lol

  • Will M.
    09/21/2020 04:47

    GODZILLA!!!!!

  • Salvador P.
    09/21/2020 03:03

    Mini Godzilla?? 🤔

  • Steven F.
    09/21/2020 00:54

    At the end, that iguana looks like Gus from Uncle Grandpa

  • Jose G.
    09/20/2020 21:16

    Looks like a minture Godzilla

  • Angel F.
    09/20/2020 18:04

    I thought it was Godzilla

  • Edwin M.
    09/20/2020 16:38

    como 😂

  • David M.
    09/20/2020 16:22

    godzilla

  • James M.
    09/20/2020 13:34

    A real Godzilla

  • Dimitris T.
    09/20/2020 12:39

    This is like Godzilla 😂😂😂

  • Jason M.
    09/20/2020 05:27

    Should have mentioned the fact that they have a gland that allows them to drink salt water and spit out the salt.

  • Jay R.
    09/20/2020 04:40

    Mini Godzilla

  • Mark S.
    09/20/2020 02:20

    ADAPTATION.

  • Kent J.
    09/20/2020 00:15

    Godzilla movie

  • Stephen U.
    09/19/2020 05:09

    "Have you ever seen a lizard under water?" My reply is this: "Ever been to Louisiana?"

  • Kevin P.
    09/19/2020 03:24

    Looks more like a Marvel of Creation!!! Not some accident of mindless evolving

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