Steve Winworth video recorded a six-foot long iguana feasting underwater in the Pacific Ocean. The marine iguana’ s nickname “Godzilla” for it’s fast movements and size compared to its fellow sea creatures was captured on camera visibily diving into the crystal waters using it’s lengthy tail to manoeuvre. The Galapagos marine iguana can dive over 30 feet into the water and mainly lives on the Galapagos shore or in marshes and mangrove beaches. The marine iguana eats mostly algae and algal species. While this animal spends a great deal in the water it is limited how long they can stay in there. It’s a cool animal but I think I would be a little scared being so close it while filming, kudos to Steve Winworth for such  awesome footage!

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