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Grand Cayman Blue Iguana - Cayman Islands'
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Location: Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands, BWI. Program: Blue Iguana Recovery Program IUCN Redlist: Critically Endangered Remaining in the wild: 150 - February 2007 - Click link to find out more information.

CAN YOU TELLTHE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE COMMON GREEN IGUANA AND THE GRAND CAYMAN BLUE IGUANA? CHECK OUT THE POSTER BELOW TO FIND THE DIFFERENCE.  REMEMBER THE IMPORTANCE OF THE PROTECTION OF THE GRAND CAYMAN BLUE IGUANA - THE MOST ENDANGERED IGUANA ON THIS EARTH!
The Poster below has been designed by the International Reptile Conservation Foundation
1 Green Iguana - Long straggly spines
2 Green Iguana -  Flat plate on cheek
3 Green Iguana - Spines under throat
4 Green Iguana - Conspicuous dark bands across tail
5 Green Iguana - Vivid green hatchling
 
1 Blue Iguana - Even, stiff spines
2 Blue Iguana - Spiky cheek
3 Blue Iguana - Smooth throat
4 Blue Iguana - Dark tail, with hardly any banding
5 Blue Iguana - Highly patterned, camouflaged hatchling

BBC Article - Cayman Island scientists are calling for assistance to pull a unique species of blue iguana back from the brink.- SOS call for ancient blue iguana

The Blue Iguana Recovery Program is working desperately to prevent the extinction of the worlds most critically endangered lizard, the Grand Cayman Blue Iguana. Click link to find out more information

Click Blue Iguana Recovery link to find out more About the Blue Iguana The Blue Iguana is Grand Caymans largest native land animal. A giant, dragon-like blue lizard which grows to over 5 feet long, and over 25 lbs weight

Conservation is always a challenging exercise, balancing the needs of current communities with the desire to sustain the best of earlier environments. Often the need for such efforts only become apparent when the problems have reached a crisis point - as in the case of the Grand Cayman Blue Iguana. Click Cayman Islands' National Trust link to find out more

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