IUCN red list status:
Least Concern

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Three-Eyed Madagascan Iguana

About the Three-Eyed Madagascan Iguana

The Three Eyed Madagascan Iguana is named after the prominent third eye on top of the head. This 'pineal eye' has a lens and retina but can only sense light. They're native to Madagascar, as it's a semi-arid area consisting of hot, open sands.

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These Iguanas get their name from their prominent parietal or ‘third’ eye on the top of their heads, which can detect lights and shadows.