Rhinoceros Iguana at the Artis Royal Zoo (also known as Natura Artis Magistra), Amsterdam (Holland)
The Rhinoceros Iguana is a threatened species of lizard in the family Iguanidae that is primarily found on the Caribbean island of Hispaniola,
shared by the Republic of Haiti and the Dominican Republic. They vary in length from 60 to 136 centimetres (24 to 54 in) and skin colours range from a steely grey to a dark green and even brown. Their name derives from the bony-plated pseudo-horn or outgrowth which resembles
the horn of a rhinoceros on the iguana's snout.