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Fiji Island Banded Iguana

Brachylophus bulabula

This island-dwelling species is one of the most colorful members of the iguana family. Males are green with blue bands. Females are either solid green or green with blue or white neck spots. These iguanas are considered a national treasure by the government of Fiji and have even been featured on currency and stamps.

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CONSERVATION STATUS

Endangered

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