Travel to Anegada Island in the British Virgin Islands and learn from local conservationists and schoolchildren how an ambitious programme for safeguarding hatchlings from feral cats is bringing a lizard found nowhere else on Earth back from the brink.

National Parks Trust of the Virgin Islands

Established in 1961, the National Parks Trust of the Virgin Islands is responsible for the protection, conservation and management of environmental, historical and culturally important sites and legally declared protected areas such as The Baths and Sage Mountain National Parks and the endangered Anegada Rock Iguana.

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