An island in the Galápagos reintroduced iguanas after nearly 200 years of extinction

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The Galápagos land iguana is making a comeback on Santiago Island. Conservationists say the species is showing signs of being successfully reintroduced.

The Galápagos land iguana is back on Santiago Island. That’s thanks to some help from a team of conservationists.

(Image credit: Galápagos National Park Directorate)

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