Lesser Antillean Iguana (Iguana delicatissma)
…a large species of aboreal Iguana (Iguanidae) which is endemic to the island chain of the Lesser Antilles in the Caribbean. Lesser Antillean iguanas typically inhabit scrub woodland, mangroves, and rainforests where they will feed on leaves, flowers, fruit and other plant material. I. delicatissma is fairly similar to its more popular cousin the green iguana (I. iguana) but can be distinguished by its more blocky, shortened face, the lack of a striped pattern along its tail, and the lack of a large round scale below its ear holes.
Currently Iguana delicatissma is listed as endangered by the IUCN, as it faces threats from hunting, habitat loss, the introduction of predators, and even the introduction of the other member of its genus I. iguana which directly competes with I. delicatissma and is known to hybridize with it.