Santa Fe Land Iguana

The Santa Fe Land Iguana is classified as Vulnerable (VU), considered to be facing a high risk of extinction in the wild.

If we are lucky, we may see the Santa Fe land iguana, found nowhere else on the other islands.... More

Santa Fe land iguana, the only place on earth to be found On the Santa Fe beach Santa F More

the Santa Fe land iguana, found nowhere else in the world. It's an arduous trek to the highlands, but well worth it. More

Santa Fe land iguana Conolophus pallidus eats Gal More

Found nowhere else in the world, the Santa Fe land iguana is a unique species. Similar to other land iguanas found in the Galapagos, these iguanas are considered a separate class because of a few defining characteristics, as well as due to their isolation from other iguanas. More

The Santa Fe Land Iguana is found nowhere else but here. The droopy crest on this one is a sign of old age. They can live up to 60 years and like to bask in the sun to conserve energy. More

The Santa Fe land iguana, Conolophus pallidus is somewhat larger and yellower than its cousin the Galapagos land iguana, and has more pronounced spines. - Send us feedback. More

Common names

Barrington Island iguana in English - English
Barrington land iguana in English - English
Iguana terrestre de barrington in Spanish - español
Iguane terrestre de l'île santa fe in French - français
Igwan Santa Fe in Breton - brezhoneg
Santa Fe Land Iguana in English - English

Order : Squamata
Family : Iguanidae
Genus : Conolophus
Species : Conolophus pallidus
Authority : Heller, 1903