Will nature step forward and provide a solution for Palmetto Bay's invasive Iguana problem?
Reported in the Miami Herald, online: Bobcat caught eating invasive iguana in Boynton Beach, by Monique O. Madan, complete article:
A visitor on a wildlife refuge tram tour captured a photo of a bobcat with its prey in its mouth Friday afternoon.
In a photo posted by the Arthur R. Marshall Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge in Boynton Beach, a giant, non-native green iguana is seen hanging from the bobcat’s mouth.
“Green iguanas are not native to South Florida, so this bobcat is doing good by preying on a non-native species,” the wildlife refuge posted on Facebook.
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Bobcat caught eating invasive iguana in Boynton Beach, by Monique O. Madan
CLICK HERE to view the FWC website and information regarding nonnative reptiles