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Blue Iguana

I’m back from the Cayman Islands! I had a great time discovering the islands’ wildlife. One of the highlights was photographing the wonderful Grand Cayman Blue Iguanas. These lizards are critically endangered; in 2003 fewer than 15 animals remained in the wild. However, thanks the efforts of the Blue Iguana Recovery Programme, every year around 100 young iguanas are released back into the wild. I photographed this free-roaming adult male in the Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park.
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Wowww!!! Brilliant image, William!!
Great detail and texture.
Great pose guys, by the way, I just started the +Wild Kenya theme, as an ode to the beauty of Kenya: your contributions would be a great support to the theme ;-) Have a great evening.
Hey William! Wish I knew were visiting the Islands the place where I live
a wonderful job to discover the world
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