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Some Caribbean iguanas live a very plush life, by lizard standards. On the Exuma islands in the Bahamas, doting tourists routinely feed skewers of grapes to local Northern Bahamian rock iguanas (Cyclura cychlura). But this raises concerns: grapes are much higher in sugar than the reptiles’ typical fare.