This is the most common type of iguana that we see around Tamarindo. It is called a black iguana, or iguana negra, of course, in Spanish. The correct biological name for this type of iguana is ctenosaur.
Today is Sunday, so we have new photos on our travel photo site, Viva la Voyage. We are showing some photos what we think is the world's most artistic and impressive cemetery, Recoleta, in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Come to the website for a visit.