- Rougned Odor contract extension by giving him two horses
- Jose Bautista punched in the jaw during huge brawl with Rangers – Watch
- NASCAR revises lug nut policy after Stewart’s criticism – Details
- Harden should’ve been called for foul on game-winner NBA says – Details
- Jason Whitlock calls Kobe Bryant a fraudulent celebrity athlete ‘Watch’
- Jason Heyward Bees Attack Delays Cubs-Mariners Game “Watch”
- Tray Walker: “Ravens cornerback” Dies of Injuries From Dirt Bike Crash, sad day for NFL
- Victor Cruz Willing To Accept Pay Cut To Stay With New York Giants “Details”
- Orioles ban pie celebrations due to safety concerns ‘Details’
- Marc Gasol: “Memphis Grizzlies center” out the rest of the season
‘Godzilla’ marine iguana filmed feeding underwater – Watch
- Updated: April 15, 2016
A video of ‘Godzilla’ has been going viral on social media. Well, it is not the Godzilla that we all have seen in the movies but its look alike – the Marine Iguana.
The impressive animal is seen foraging for algae before heading back to the surface for air.
The footage was uploaded to YouTube and also shared on Reddit with the title: “Tiny Godzilla nomming on things underwater”.
One online user said: “I would s*** myself if I saw one of those in the ocean when I was snorkelling.”
And somebody else mused: “Haha, that’s so amazing and freakish looking. Marine iguanas are quickly climbing my rankings of my favourite animals.”
According to Wikipedia, the marine iguana is an iguana found only on the Galápagos Islands that has the ability, unique among modern lizards, to forage in the sea, making it a marine reptile.
The iguana can dive over 9m (30ft) into the water. It has spread to all the islands in the archipelago, and is sometimes called the Galápagos marine iguana.
It mainly lives on the rocky Galápagos shore to warm from the comparably cold water, but can also be spotted in marshes and mangrove beaches.