Iguana delicatissima, Lesser Antillean Green Iguana, West Indian Iguana.
Photo taken in "Iles de la Petite Terre/Guadeloupe
The Lesser Antillean Iguana occupies islands of the northern Lesser Antilles. Both hatchlings and juveniles live predominantly among bushes and low trees, usually in thick vegetation offering protection, basking sites, and a wide range of food. With age they climb higher and inhabit larger trees. The species is a generalist herbivore, feeding primarily in the morning, with a diet that includes leaves, flowers, and fruits of a wide range of shrubs and trees.
The species is found in several nationally protected areas including the four national parks in Dominica, Les Îles de la Petite Terre (Guadeloupe)