For the past few days, my iguana has really slowed down on his eating. He usually eats until it looks like his belly would burst if he ate any more. Now he's just eating a bite or two each morning.
We're unsure if his exact age but he's getting close to 2 years old. His enclosure is huge and we monitor the heat and humidity closely (it has been normal). Nothing in his environment has changed, to my knowledge. His diet is good (at least I think so): a base of collards or dandelion greens with a mixture of whatever other things we picked up that day (butternut squash, green beans, mango, papaya, parsnip, snap peas, shredded sweet potato, baby tomato, etc). He gets fed usually in the morning (as much as he can eat) and then we put some more in later if he's waiting at his bowl.
Could it be just a change because of the seasons? I know mature iguanas don't always have to eat every day. Could it be that? He seems fine still. Loves to be petted, very active. He's looking maybe a shade darker than usual and the skin on his chest looks a bit loose but not anything I would be alarmed about if I saw it under normal circumstances.
I'm just not sure why he isn't eating much. Later I'll probably try a little piece of banana (his favorite, he doesn't get it very often) and see what he does. If anyone has any ideas, I'd love to hear