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Rhinoceros Iguana

Cyclura cornuta


The rhinoceros iguana is a threatened lizard which can vary in length from 61 to 137 cm (2 to 4½ feet) and have skin colours from a steely gray to a dark green and even brown.


London Zoo's reptile house but in the wild, the rhinoceros iguana is native to the Caribbean island of Hispaniola, shared by the Republic of Haiti and the Dominican Republic.


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London Borough of Camden, England, United Kingdom

Spotted on Apr 19, 2011
Submitted on Jan 24, 2012

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