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Science - Fiji Shark Project
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Images of the endemic Fiji Crested Iguana, which was discovered only in 1979 in Fiji. He lives on a few small islands of Fiji and is threatened with extinction.A special feature is the only 1979 discovered Fiji Crested Iguana is endemic to Fiji. This very rare iguana species occurs only on some small islands of Fiji group prior to Yadua Taba in the Yasawas, on Monuriki and Monu in the Mamanucas and the northern coast of Viti Levu (Macuata Island). The Fiji Crested Iguana is protected (considers endangered under IUCN) and threatened by extinction.
IUCN Red List of Threatened Species
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