Green Iguana

Green Iguana

The green iguana (Iguana iguana) is a large, arboreal, mostly herbivorousspecies of lizard of the genus Iguana. It is native to Central, South America, and the Caribbean. Usually, this animal is simply called the iguana. The green iguana ranges over a large geographic...
Anguilla Bank Bush Anole

Anguilla Bank Bush Anole

These anoles are of small to moderate size for the genus, with a maximum known head-body length of 50 mm in males and 42 mm in females. They are slender and have relatively long snouts, superficially resembling Greater Antillean “grass-bush” anoles. Variation in...
Sea Turtle – Hawksbill

Sea Turtle – Hawksbill

The Hawksbill is a small sea turtle known for its love of sponges. It is estimated that adult Hawksbills within the Caribbean consume on average 544 kg of sponges a year! Its hawk-like beak, from which it gets its common name, enables it to reach into holes and...
Sea Turtle – Green

Sea Turtle – Green

This large sea turtle is named after the green color of its body fat, a coloring that results from the Green Turtle’s unique herbivorous diet. Adults live on a diet of sea grass and algae, which they graze from the bottom of shallow water, tearing up the vegetation...
Sea Turtle – Leatherback

Sea Turtle – Leatherback

The Leatherback looks quite different from other species of sea turtle because it does not have a hard carapace like other sea turtles; it is instead covered by a grey/black layer of flexible and leathery skin. Its paddle-shaped front flippers do not have claws and...