What we did see was the island in the middle; Isla Cabritos. That island is a national park all of its very own. On its tiny landmass one will find 10 endemic species of cacti. Pretty impressive eh? More impressive still is that it is the only place in the world one can take this photo:
Facing left is Ricord's Iguana previously seen here. You can't quite pick its distinctive red-eyes but you can see the floppy crest, light build and its fabulous whorled tail. Facing right is a completely different species. Isla Cabritos is the only place in the world 2 Cyclura coexist. This is Cyclura cornuta, the Rhinoceros Iguana. Its rather more common than the Ricord's which is to say it lives on several islands and is slightly less endangered. Its also bigger and has horns. Awesome right. I'll show you the horns and some other cool Rhino iguana stuff soon but for now I thought the island alone was cool enough to get a post of its own.