I have been doing some reading on female iguanas and I already know that they produce eggs whether fertile or not. My question is: at what age do female iguanas start producing eggs? My iguana is only about 9 months old and I obviously don't yet know the sex. I am however, leaning towards a female due to temperament. I would give her an egg laying bin when she goes into season with play sand and such. My concern is that I wouldn't be ready for her and she could become egg bound. Is there a specific age that iguanas mature enough to start producing? Knowing my luck my iggy will turn out to be a male and egg laying will be off my list of concerns.
Post by prism_wolf on Dec 17, 2008 18:59:49 GMT -8
I HAVE had several females that have tried to eat MY face!! And any other thing they could reach!! These were not seasonal changes, though. These were not worked with and wild as - well - T-rex's I suppose. A couple had calmed down, but the Psycho Sisters never did after well over a year. Sometimes it's just genetics.