"It is one of the best known conservation success stories of modern times," Rick Hudson, a founder of the International Iguana Foundation, told the Guardian. "A species that was given a second chance for survival has been on the road for recovery for the past 20 years. We are on the verge of success."
The iconic Jamaican iguana, a species that has fought its way back from the brink of extinction over the past 20 years, could be wiped out by the creation of a port on the Goat Islands in Jamaica. Join us in calling on Jamaica's transport minister, Omar Davies, to cancel the construction and save this critically endangered species.
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