Galapagos land iguana (Conolophus subcristatus) in low vegetation on Isla Santa Cruz. The scales and the color combine to make it look like a mutant corn cobb. This species is known to have a carotenoids in their blood (probably from the plants they eat), but I’m not sure anyone has analyzed the skin. Somebody needs to get on that, if a dead one can be found.
Conolophus Marthae, or the Pink Iguana. Not just for obvious reasons, but also for the fact that they’re extremely unique and native to only one location- which happens to be a volcano. They’re so extremely unique, in fact, that there’s less than two hundred adults in existence. Pretty cool, right?