IUCN threat status:

Vulnerable (VU)


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Range Description

The Cuban iguana is well distributed around Cuba, mainly in xerophilic coastal areas, but relatively safe populations are found only on some islets along the north and south coasts and in isolated protected areas on the mainland. This subspecies has also been introduced to Isla Magueyes, southwest of Puerto Rico.
Subpopulations of this subspecies occur both on mainland Cuba and numerous offshore islets.


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