There are only a few hundred Anegada Rock Iguana’s remaining. The Anegada Rock Iguana Rehabilitation Project, founded inÂ 1997, and the World Conservation Union Iguana Specialist Group, are working to save them. They have a center on Anegada to collect juveniles and raise them safely until they are big enough to be safe from predators in the wild. You can read more about it in National Parks Trust continues efforts to save the Anegada Rock Iguana. The Conservation Agency has more information on the Anegada Rock Iguana.
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