Reptiles on Dog Island, in Angulla, such as this Anguilla Bank Anole (Anolis gingivinus) are also beginning to recover, after the removal of non-native invasive Black rats…
(read more: Fauna & Flora International)
Credit: Jenny Daltry/FFI/DIRP

Reptiles on Dog Island, in Angulla, such as this Anguilla Bank Anole (Anolis gingivinus) are also beginning to recover, after the removal of non-native invasive Black rats…

(read more: Fauna & Flora International)

Credit: Jenny Daltry/FFI/DIRP

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