The iguana population in Boca Grande has reached a critical level in recent years, increasing from 2,000 to 10,000. FGCU Professor Jerry Jackson has collected more than 100 iguanas from the area, keeping them frozen inside a storage area on campus.

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The iguana population in Boca Grande has reached a critical level in recent years, increasing from 2,000 to 10,000. FGCU Professor Jerry Jackson has collected more than 100 iguanas from the area, keeping them frozen inside a storage area on campus.

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