Bali Safari Park is a conservation place for various species of animals. For these animals Bali Safari Park has become a “home” for them. There are more than one hundred species of animals that live in Bali Safari Park. You can see animals that have begun to scarce, even animals that are almost extinct.
Animals in the Bali Safari Park include Orangutans, Naga Komodo, Bali Mynah or Jalak Bali birds, and many other species. Bali Safari Park is indeed actively carrying out conservation programs to ensure the welfare and survival of various rare species of animals.
You who want to get a pleasant holiday, full of experience, and also get valuable lessons about animals, then Bali Safari and Marine Park is the right holiday destination.
Bali Safari Park is a member of the Association of Southeast Asian Zoos and is a member of the Conservation Breeding Specialist Group. Bali Safari Park is also on the list of Indonesian Zoological Park Associations. The place used for conservation of various animal species is in Gianyar, Bali.
You can see various species of wild animals and iguanas. You will feel the atmosphere that is very similar to wild African savanna when visiting Bali Safari Park. You who really want to see Iguana can visit Bali Safari Park.
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Iguanas are one of the popular reptiles and are sometimes used as pets. These iguanas come from the forests of the Caribbean, Central America and South America. Iguanas have a tendency to be aggressive and they can feel quickly comfortable in a new place. Many interesting facts related to Iguanas.
“Secret” Facts About Iguanas
Iguanas have many “secret” things, namely various facts that are rarely known to people. Here are the various secrets of Iguana:
- Iguanas have body lengths of 1.5 meters to 1.8 meters or 5 to 6 feet. This length includes the length of the tail;
- Lizard species included in the genus Iguana have a long line of scales, starting from the middle line of the Iguana neck to the tail. Meanwhile, Iguanas have scales in different areas of the body. Iguanas have several scales scattered around the lateral area of the neck. In addition, there are also smaller scales. The dorsal scales of the Iguana’s body also have conditions that are thicker and denser than those on the side of the abdomen;
- Iguanas have very sharp vision, so they can see shadows, colors, shapes, and movements from a distance. The visual acuity possessed by Iguana makes them capable of navigating crowded forests. The ability is also beneficial for bafi Iguana to find food. Iguanas use visual signals to communicate with each other Iguana species;
- Iguanas have extraordinary eye vision to detect and target prey in very long distances;
- Tympanum or Iguana eardrum is above the sub-tympanic shield, also known as the ear shield behind the eye;
- Iguanas are often difficult to recognize because they can blend with their environment with colors that can adjust the surrounding conditions. This allows Iguanas to hide from predators;
- Iguanas have a heart with three chambers, namely with one ventricle, two atria, and also two aorta with systemic circulation;
- Iguanas have very bright muscles due to the high proportion of glycolytic muscle fibers. These fibers have a low myoglobin content, making the appearance of the Iguana look pale;
- Iguanas can move very quickly in a fast duration, but are not efficient for long duration movements. This is because cellular respiration in Iguana glycolytic muscle fibers is anaerobic;
- Iguanas “talk” to each other through a series of eye movements;
- Iguanas can adapt easily in open areas;
- Iguanas can adapt to the water environment, so they can swim. Therefore, Iguanas tend to like the water environment.
- Iguanas can easily change from one tree to another when they feel threatened by predators.
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Iguanas do have an aggressive nature, they can bite people when they feel threatened. The condition was only carried out by Iguana to defend himself. Iguanas have sharp teeth that can tear food and opponents quickly.
When going to attack or bite, the Iguana will usually stand up, then lean to the front, and lower his head. This condition is a signal that the Iguana is under threat. You can learn more specifically by seeing Iguana directly at Bali Safari Park.