First Galápagos Study of Pink Iguanas Reveal New Details and Rangers Believe They Can Be Saved

First Galápagos Study of Pink Iguanas Reveal New Details and Rangers Believe They Can Be Saved

In concluding their expedition to Wolf Volcano, on Isabela Island in the Galápagos, scientists have conducted the first survey of the pink land iguana, a criticallyendangered species that lives nowhere else on Earth. The survey used camera traps and involved 30 scientists spreading out over nearly 1,000 acres of the “most inhospitable places in Galápagos,” […]

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