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Grand Cayman Iguana

Cyclura lewisi

This herbivore lives only on the island of Grand Cayman.  With fewer than 500 individuals left in the wild, this species is the focus of a Tulsa Zoo breeding program to reintroduce captive-bred young into the wild population.


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