Galapagos Pink Land Iguana

Unfortunately, the Galápagos Pink Iguana is also one of the most endangered species in the Galapagos Islands, with an estimated population of only 200-300 individuals.

This iguana is known for its distinctive pink coloration and is found only on the slopes of Wolf Volcano on Isabela making them one of the most vulnerable species in Galapagos, as the volcano is still active.

Its isolated range and small population size make it vulnerable to habitat destruction, invasive species, and climate change.

The most worrisome observation regarding the Pink Land-Iguana is that there are no records of juveniles in the wild; thus, the long-term viability of the species is in question and a captive breeding program should be seriously considered.


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