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Iguana Rescue: Water Taxi Takes on Prickly Passenger

Iguana Rescue My grandparents have had a house in Pompano Beach, about 10 miles north of Ft. Lauderdale, since the 1950s. It’s remained largely (read ‘entirely’) unchanged since then, and I’ve been visiting that house since I was a little …

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Rock Iguanas of the Caribbean

As mentioned in a previous article, “Islands of the Three Eyed”, the islands of the Caribbean are considered a hot spot for the discovery of new species even as critical habitats rapidly disappear. The Caribbean islands also present a wealth of diversified wildlife due …

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