posted on Jun, 14 2008 @ 11:07 AM
Heh! And not only an iguana, but a somewhat rare blue iguana. This particular one was alive and well in the Cayman Islands, until some extremely
demented souls took it upon themselves to break into the containment area about a month ago and slaughter them. Fortunately, several of the smaller
ones outside the cages in the park survived, and the Botanical Gardens just announced that nearly 100 new eggs are being incubated. These are a
protected species in the Cayman Islands.
I realize you're using my AV to make a point with Searl; I don't know what previous conversation that relates to, but I don't mind you using my
photograph. Would've been nice if you'd have asked.
[edit on 14-6-2008 by argentus to talk more about the late iguana]
[edit on 14-6-2008 by argentus]