• Green Iguana

    Scientific Name: Iguana iguana The green iguana is a fantastic looking creature. With a row of spines along its back and tail, its multitude of skin textures and its scaly beard or ‘dewlap’ under its chin, it looks like a miniature dragon. Then there’s the colour – not all green

  • Fijian banded iguana

    Scientific Name: Brachylophus fasciatus One of Fiji’s national treasures, the Fijian banded iguana is one of the few iguana species not found in the Americas. The male is strikingly coloured with light blue to white bands on a bright green background. Females are more uniformly green with occasional faint banding

  • Crested iguana

    Scientific Name: Brachylophus vitiensis If you see an emerald patch in a forest in Fiji, look again because it might be the critically endangered crested iguana. A brilliant green with three white stripes that are sometimes edged with black, these iguanas grow to 75cm long. Their distinctive crests are present