Todays reptile is the Fiji Crested Iguana. This species of iguana is critically endangered due to fires, storms, and agricultural developments in the northwestern islands of Fiji. This species is restricted to the dry forests of the island, being unable to live anywhere else. Fiji Crested Iguanas are herbivores, which means that they eat only plants, leaves, fruits, and flowers of trees and shrubs. This type of iguana is large, long stocky and is easily distinguished by the three narrow white stripes along its back.
This species is very colourful. Hopefully the wont become extinct, they really are wonderful!