Today’s Solutions: May 19, 2024

Santiago Island, part of the Galápagos archipelago, sees its first iguanas almost two centuries after the herbivorous lizards have been wiped out by the introduction of predators like the feral pig. The last recorded sighting of iguanas on the island was made by Charles Darwin in 1835. Now, almost two centuries later, the island’s ecosystem will once again benefit from the species’ presence.

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