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Iguana control businesses in Florida kept busy

by Verónica Zaragovia Jul 25, 2019
Growing numbers of green iguanas, an invasive species in Florida, mean the business of iguana control is booming.
Perry Colato, co-owner of Redline Iguana Removal, holds a green iguana he caught using a cage trap in South Florida. His business is about a year old.
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Building an appetite for iguana, to save the Caymans

by Jed Kim Sep 19, 2016
Some see iguanas as pets, others as pests. Soon, more may see it in a pesto.
Green iguanas are becoming a threat to the Grand Cayman's ecosystem, according to experts.
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Iguana, it's what's for dinner

by David Gura Feb 7, 2012
In an effort to rid Puerto Rico of its 4-million-strong invasive iguana population, the government has proposed turning them into an "exotic meat" export.