The marine iguana is endemic to the Galapagos Islands and exists no where else in the world. This prehistoric looking creature can be found throughout the archipelago and feeds exclusively underwater on seaweed and algae. It’s not uncommon for snorkelers and divers to meet a few of these swimming reptiles as they forage for food.
By: Matt Long
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Wow, I used to think iguanas were cute…
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