below is the photo of the new iguana that was brought to the school. What to do when you see one? KILL IT.You are to slit it from the throat to the tail and take the eggs [it usually has about 60 eggs] and burn them.The eggs can be found in the sandy beaches as they lay eggs like the turtles. If you habour one you are liable for jail because it is a threat to our plantations. It is vegetarian and if it reproduces on the island our rhs students would certainly lack greeny vegetables. 60 babies per iguana is no joke. The students were really fortunate to see such a long tailed awesome looking iguana.

The tail starts with the thickness thaat you see and thins down till the size of a thin wire. Yep, it attacks if you irritate it. Otherwise it would be quietly eating your vegetables. Tia bo moa, its after 7 pm and i need to go home.

  

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