Galapagos Pink Iguana Captured on Film

Jan 1, 2013
The Reptile Report
by Robyn

The Reptile Report - Sir David Attenborough has captured a new species of pink iguana on film for the first time.

In his new series about the Galapagos islands, the veteran broadcaster was thrilled to come face to face with a creature missed by Charles Darwin.

Now he will give viewers their first glimpse of the rare, pink iguana – which lives on top of a volcano – in his new series, which starts tonight (Jan 1).

“It’s a remarkable thing in this day and age when you think about the number of scientists per square metre in the Galapagos, and yet suddenly we have discovered a new species,” Sir David said.

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