Storm Irma Made Life Hard For The Mosquito-Eating Iguanas Of The Virgin Islands : Goats And Soda : Npr

“All the islands in the same proximity are all devastated,” says iguana lover Laural Branick, a park ranger at Virgin Islands National Park.
“Without healthy populations of [insect eaters] our human populations are more vulnerable,” says U.S. Virgin Islands wildlife biologist Renata Platenberg.
St. Thomas is no longer a lush green rain forest.
“We should just eat them,” says St. Thomas native Brigitte Berry.
“But the bigger question is, without a healthy iguana population, who will eat the mosquitoes?

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