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(Encyclopedia) iguana ?gwn?, name for several large lizards of the family Iguanidae, found in tropical America and the Galapagos. The common iguana (Iguana iguana) is a tree-living, strictly?

Dancing at the Blue Iguana

Director/Writer:Michael RadfordMoonstone Entertainment; R; 123 minutesRelease:10/01Cast:Daryl Hannah, Jennifer Tilly, Sandra Oh Dancing at the Blue Iguana is a movie about strippers. Like?


(Encyclopedia) basilisk: see iguana.


(Encyclopedia) Iguanodon ?gw?n?d?n [Gr.,?=?iguana tooth], herbivorous ornithiscian dinosaur, characterized by teeth similar to those of the iguana, a horny beak, spikelike thumbs, and a powerful?

Enriquillo, Lago

(Encyclopedia) Enriquillo, Lago lg? ?n?r?k?ly?, salt lake, SW Dominican Republic, the largest lake of Hispaniola and the Caribbean islands, c.89 ft. (27 m) below sea level. Lago Enriquillo, which?


(Encyclopedia) lizard, a reptile of the order Squamata, which also includes the snake. Lizards form the suborder Sauria, and there are over 3,000 lizard species distributed throughout the world (?


(Encyclopedia) chameleon k?m?l??n, ?m?ly?n, small- to medium-sized lizard of the family Chamaeleonidae. More than 150 species are found in sub-Saharan Africa, with a few in S Europe and S Asia. The?

Galpagos Islands

(Encyclopedia) Galpagos Islands g?l?p?g?s [Span.,=tortoises], archipelago and province (1990 pop. 9,785), 3,029 sq mi (7,845 sq km), Ecuador, in the Pacific Ocean c.650 mi (1,045 km) W of South?

Raymond Portwood Jr. 2000 Deaths

Raymond Portwood Jr.Age: 66 animator and game developer who created the popular Carmen Sandiego computer-game series. Died: Windsor, Calif., July 17, 2000Cal PokasM - QAnthony Powell