Tuesday, March 26, 2013

~ Iguana Anatomy ~

Assalamaualaikum WBT...

Dah lama nak share pasal Anatomy Iguana ni...
Maklumlah....bila blaja anatomy manusia...so kena lah blaja gak
anatomy pet2 kita yang ade ni...
So buat masa ni sempatlah share cket tentang anatomy iguana...

Sebenarnya Sangat Penting kita study pasal anatomy haiwan ni ....
Bukan apa, sebagai contoh...kita baca article tentang iguana, jadi bila disebut bahagian2 tertentu iguana,
kita mudah faham tentang penerangan tersebut dan mendapat gambaran jelas tentangnya...

Selain tu, kita boleh juga mengetahui sesuatu perkara tentang Penyakit2 iguana,
mudah faham tempat2 yang sakit atau bahagian2 yang terlibat dalam masalah tersebut....

Article saya refer dari Herp Center Network by Richard Brooks & Lacey LaDuke
Harap2 pembaca2 semua dapatlah mengetahui serba sedikit tentang Anatomy Iguana ini...
Gambar Rujukan adalah ASAL dari Iguana Jagaan saya...Ivy dan Midut

Model : Ivy

Dewlap : An iguanas dewlap is a flap of skin that serves several purposes
Subtympanic Shield : The subtympanic shield serves little purpose. It is possible its large size would help dissuade predators by fooling them into believing it is a large eye or it may help to break up the iguanas shape amongst the trees
Eye : Iguanas have very keen eyesight and can see shapes, shadows, colors and movement at long distances
Mouth : The iguanas mouth is lined with small teeth designed to shred vegetation. These same teeth are capable of lacerating human flesh extensively
Nostril : The nostril of an iguana is used to breathe and expel excess salts as a result of their digestive process
Eye Ridge : The protrusion, or "ridge" above the eye
Nuchal Crest : An ornamental projection of small spikes found on the back of the neck (nape), behind the fatty deposits
Caudal Spines : These are the spines that run along the ridge of the back and tail. These spikes may serve more than the purpose of simply making the iguana an attractive species
Tympanum (Ear) : Iguanas have good hearing and can pick up sounds best in the 500 - 3,000Hz range
Jowl : The jowls are skin and muscle that seem to "hang" on either side of the head. Males have significantly large and more defined jowls than females do
Tuberculate Scales : Tuberculate scales are small tubular spikes that protrude behind the tympanum, above the front limbs and can come in a variety of colors

Model : Midut

Brain Bumps : The bumps on an iguanas head are not truly "brain bumps", they are actually fatty deposits that are a characteristic found in male iguanas
Rostral Horn : The rostral horn can appear alone or in a set of 2 or 3 and are not found on all iguanas. They can also be different sizes

Parietal Eye : The parietal eye, often called the third-eye, is photoreceptive and is used by the iguana to detect changing light patterns overhead. This ability allows them to detect predators (like birds) as they cast their shadow. Unlike a true eye, the parietal eye doesn't actually see shapes

Diharap entry kali ni dapat memberi manfaat kepada pembaca semua...
~~ Thanks for All ~~


  1. thanx bro for a good information

    1. Oh ur welcome....
      Sharing mana yg mampu jerk....Thanks visit....

  2. bagus la bro ni... thanks for the sharing... haha

    1. Muezz!!!!
      cettttt.....bro ni memg bagus.....


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