JWG (jwg) wrote,

Guana Island Iguanas

The Anegada ground iguana or stout iguana is an endangered species that had just a few living on Anegada, another BVI island, and some were brought to Guana Island many years ago as part of the nature conservation effort on the island. Most of the island is really a nature conservancy and the owner is really committed to this endeavor. A number of other animals and plants jave been brought there. These iguanas are thriving there and you get to see them wandering around. A bunch of years ago there was one that would come up near the dining area and get fed - it had a name, but I don't remember it.

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