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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

980 comments

  • Chen L.
    03/30/2021 15:08

    חרדון דו יבשתי, כפוי טובה גם ביבשה וגם בים 🤣

  • Mir Q.
    01/18/2021 21:58

    https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=1034470627071391&id=100015253904688

  • Kíṫ G.
    01/07/2021 16:53

    This is Godzilla before it mutated 😅😅😅

  • Brandon H.
    01/07/2021 13:19

    You misspelled “Godzilla”. I can’t believe someone wanted to get that close to that murder machine

  • Anthony H.
    01/07/2021 11:40

    He's dancing like Da Baby 🤣

  • Joy B.
    01/07/2021 10:18

    Love these creatures❣

  • Joey D.
    01/07/2021 06:56

    Future Godzilla

  • Erik N.
    01/07/2021 06:38

    Yes I’ve seen a lizard underwater.

  • Sherry R.
    01/07/2021 05:15

    And, Godzilla!

  • Peggy F.
    01/07/2021 04:12

    Godzilla !!!

  • Heather B.
    01/07/2021 03:59

    Of course I have - my son used to watch the Octonauts!!!

  • Evelyn C.
    01/07/2021 03:40

    🙀

  • Nick A.
    01/07/2021 03:34

    Cool dino

  • Deanna C.
    01/07/2021 03:28

    I wonder if this was the design inspiration for classic Godzilla. Because it sure looks like him. And it's a swimming lizard. . . .

  • Nathan Y.
    01/07/2021 03:18

    Gojira....

  • Betty G.
    01/07/2021 03:15

    Godzilla

  • Brandon C.
    01/07/2021 03:03

    Oh word? Evolved over just a couple hundred years, huh?

  • Sandra H.
    01/07/2021 02:45

    Parece Godzilla

  • Nikki A.
    01/07/2021 02:35

    Tiny Godzilla

  • William G.
    01/07/2021 02:07

    Its GODZILLA!!!

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