Green Iguana Mouth
©1999 Melissa Kaplan
This drawing of the iguana mouth is an image map. Click on the main structures inside the mouth to find out what they are. You may need to look at your browser's lower operator bar to see when you are on a mapped area.
Drawing excerpted from Laboratory Anatomy of the Iguana. 1975. Jonathan C. Oldham and Hobart M. Smith. Illustrated by R.S. Hicks, S.A. Miller, and R.D. Weaver. Wm. C. Brown Company Publishers, Dubuque IA. p. 57
Parts of the Mouth
Epiglottis and Larynx
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