Sunday, 1 March 2009

Pink Iguana

A pink Iguana, disovered on the island of Volcan Wolf in the Galapagos in 1986, is causing an evolutionary stir.

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  1. The Galapagos Pink Iguana is now considered to be part of this Laboratory of Evolution known as the Galapagos Islands.

    The new Galapagos pink iguana baptized as Conolophus Rosada and it can be distinguished from the other two species by the light pink color and black stripes on its back.

    It can reach more than a meter long (over 3 feet) and weights up to 12 kilograms (24 pounds).


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