A six-foot-long marine iguana has been filmed grazing underwater in the Pacific Ocean near the Galapagos Islands, reported Yahoo news.com
Videographer Steve Winkworth’s captured the underwater video, at Cabo Marshall, of the six-foot long iguana in the Pacific Ocean near the Galapagos Islands, reported DailyMail.co.uk.
Although the usual length is less than five feet,but the one that was caught on camera was six feet. It was also reported the Iguana can dive up to nine meters (30ft) deep, added wgntv.com.
“Marine iguanas, like this one filmed eating algae, are vegetarians and experts when it comes to foraging underwater,” stated sun-sentinel.com
“Despite being surrounded by divers, the giant lizard appears to be completely relaxed and oblivious to the camera’s,” reported yahoo news.com.