Meet the Pink Iguana of Galapagos

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Pink iguanas are one of the genetically oldest species on Galapagos. Their bodies have a distinctive pink color but that’s not the only thing that separates them from other iguanas. In facts, they are a completely different species. There are around 200 of them left and they all live on the slopes of Wolf Volcano on Isabela.

Learn more about these wonderful creatures in the video below by BBC Earth.