Photo: Joe Burgess
Andros Island Iguana
Cyclura cychlura cychlura
Andros Iguana Conservation Program
Location: Andros Island, Bahamas
IUCN Redlist: Threatened
Approximate number in the wild: Fewer than 3500
Photo: Joe Burgess
Program News and Updates
Andros Iguana Rapid Ecological Assessment

Author: Charles Knapp
Conservation and Research for Endangered Species (CRES)
The Bahamian Andros iguana (Cyclura cychlura cychlura) is the largest native terrestrial vertebrate, and the only iguana in the Bahamas that is not confined presently to small cays.

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IRCF Journal- West Indian Iguanas Update

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West Indian Iguanas: An Update
IRCF Journal, 31:4, December 2006
Read updates on Anegada Island Iguana, Allen Cays Iguana, and Exuma Island Iguana. Reprinted with permission from the IUCN Iguana Specialist Group
Newsletter 9(1), Summer 2006.

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