Grand Cayman Iguana Returning

Jun 1, 2013
On the Web
by Cindy Steinle

On the Web - In one of the most amazing stories of species recovery, the Grand Cayman Blue Iguana is showing that it can thrive again.

In 2002, between 10-25 blue iguanas remained in the wild. Today, there are 750. By incubating eggs in his home office and gathering plants to feed the baby blues, Fred Burton and his team have brought back a species that was nearly extinct.

Read the full story from National Geographic after the jump!

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