Scientific Name: Brachylophus bulabula

Found In: Central Fiji/Forests

Size: Adults can reach up to 2.5 feet in length

Diet: Herbivore. Diet consists of fruits and flowers, especially hibiscus

Threat Level: Endangered. Forest burning and habitat loss due to expanding urban area and villages are the major threats to this species. Additionally, the species is commonly consumed by introduced predators

Facts: Males of this species are highly territorial and use visual displays to intimidate intruders

Fiji banded iguana