Can the environmentalists not find a way to conserve blue iguanas of the Caribbean island for ever? The wild-born blue iguanas have dwindled to only 25 in the island making it the most endangered reptiles in the world. Hailed from the idyllic Caribbean island of Grand Cayman, the beast is in great trouble. It’s great to see the iguanas change complexion from grey to azure at will. It seems, their extinction is certain, wiping themselves from the globe’s wildlife map. The Blue Iguana Recovery Program, a partnership of local and international conservation groups, has been investigating every detail of the iguanas’ psychology and behavior to work out the problems towards their extinction, and running a captive breeding program to bring the species back from the brink.
Via: New Scientist