Registration now required to raise invasive green iguanas
Taipei, Aug. 21 (CNA) Taiwan's Forestry Bureau has added the green iguana to the country's list of animals that must be officially registered if they are to be raised and bred, amid concerns over the damage the lizards are doing to the environment when released into the wild.
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