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Mating Marine iguanas.
20th c Animals

Marine iguana
20th c
Galapagos. Charles Darwin Research Station. Isla Santa Cruz. Ecuador.
The mating process as seen in this photo can be a bloody process for the female as she is held by the neck. This process lasts for many minutes to hours. 18-Jan-87

Caption: Marine iguana | Reptiles | Amblyrhynchus | cristatus | Shore of the Galapagos Islands. | Feed in surf on algae. Males dive in deeper waters for algae

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