Typically, when I think of iguanas, I think of the giant, green South American Iguana or the lava rock colored, Ocean loving, Galapagos Iguana. Thus, I was a bit surprised to spot this stealthy little Desert Iguana flitting across the landscape to dive into a hole in the sand. Of course, once you really scan the area, it becomes apparent that the area is just littered with holes in the cliffs and in the sandy soil and that "SOMETHING" is probably living in those holes, likely just waiting until the heat of the sun has passed to come out and browse. Some of those holes are rather large, being perhaps eight inches across or larger! At least one of those holes, likely belonged to a large (16"?) Chuckwala lizard that we spotted on a previous trip! In any case, here's the iguana!