Iguanas taking over the Florida Keys
Key West CitizenAugust 20, 2017
We visit the Keys for at least two weeks each year for the last 35 years. The iguanas used to be a quaint occasional sight. Today, they are ubiquitous, and obviously are wreaking havoc on the native wildlife. This last week, we saw virtually no land crabs (two to be exact), 1 rabbit (yes,...
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