Scientific Name: Ctenosaura bakeri

Found In: Island of Utila, Honduras/Mangrove forests and beaches

Size: Males average 30 inches in length, while females average 22 inches.

Diet: Omnivore. Diet consists of fruits, flowers, leaves, and small invertebrates.

Threat Level: Critically Endangered. Habitat loss due to deforestation and the tourist industry is the major threat to this species. Additionally, the species and its eggs are commonly consumed by native carnivores and even humans.

Facts: This species incubates its eggs in the sun by laying them in nests built on beaches.

Utila iguana