Went to the 12 acre farm that is home to more than 2000 iguanas protected from all the predators, mostly man, on the island. Sherman Arch, the proprietor, is a third generation islander who took upon himself the task of ensuring these creatures survival. He has some other animals: turkeys, chickens, monkeys, birds and fish also on the property. When they feed bananas to the iguanas it is a must see as they come out of the trees and from all over into a mound of feeding reptiles.
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