Can iguanas eat oranges

Basic lining:

Dandelion, bedstraw, sweet peas, broad plantain, ribwort, pea leaves and flowers, radish leaves, radish leaves, hogweed, dead nettles, carrot leaves, grated carrots, celery leaves, zucchini

Types of Fair Food:

Leaf types:

Maple leaves, basil, savory, borage, nettle, blackberry leaves, watercress, nettle, dill, strawberry leaves, tarragon, field thyme, stonecrop, daisies, garden cress, hazelnut leaves, raspberry leaves, hibiscus leaves, St. John's wort, knotweed, lavender leaves, marjoram leaves, marjoram leaves Fruit tree leaves, oregano, radish leaves, rose leaves, rosemary, beet leaves, thyme, sage, parsley, chickweed, woodruff leaves, meadow clover, grape leaves, bindweed, lemon balm

Seedling types:

Pea seedlings, alfalfa, soybean seedlings, sunflower seedlings

Flower types:

Daisies, hybiscus blossoms, zuccini blossoms, pumpkin blossoms, dandelion blossoms, pea blossoms, rose hip blossoms, hibiscus blossoms, jasmine blossoms, chamomile blossoms, poppy blossoms, marigold blossoms, rose blossoms, meadow marguerite, violets, forget-me-nots,

Types of vegetables and salads that may be fed:

Chicory, Chinese cabbage, endive salad, kale, nasturtium, kohlrabi, pumpkin, leek leek, boiled potatoes, fennel, yellow and green peppers, Brussels sprouts, rocket, grated beet, chives, celery, sugar snap peas, onion greens

Feeding is very important only in the little ones !:

Vegetable types:

Blanched beans, cauliflower, red pepper, broccoli, green lettuce and cucumber low in nutrients, rice, mung beans, tomato,

Fruit types:

Apple, apricot, pineapple, banana, pear, blackberry, strawberry, grapefruit, raspberry, currant red and black, honeydew melon, watermelon, cherry, kiwi, mango, mandarins, oranges, papaya, peach, plums, grapes

Must not be fed under any circumstances. Very important !:

White cabbage, red cabbage, runner beans, bean leaves, ferns, corn, cereals, wheat, noodles, raw potatoes, rhubarb, onions, garlic, oat flakes, wheat bran, spinach, tomato leaves, angel's trumpet, blue monkshood, adonis, buckwheat, ivy, hemp, flax, cyclamen , Dieffenbachia, Efeutute, early bloomer, crocus, daffodil, tulip, snowdrop, lily of the valley

Important note about feeding the iguana:

80% of the food must be fed with leafy food! Vegetables, fruit should make up a maximum of 20% of the food and be fed! Very important you should definitely stick to it!