GEORGE TOWN, Cayman Islands, Feb. 7, CMC – Over one hundred new iguana hunters have signed up to take part in the islandwide eradication effort following another appeal for more hunters from the Department of Environment. Head of the DOE’s terrestrial resources unit, Fred Burton said the weekly cull totals had dropped from around 30,000 ...
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- St. Lucia News Online
- 07, February 08:49 pm