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Alliance for Zero Extinction partners are working around the globe to conserve threatened species at AZE sites through research, community engagement and active species management. Read more about specific projects to protect species at AZE sites below.

Brighter future for Jamaican Iguanas

Jamaica is considered a hotspot within a hotspot of biodiversity, as it has the greatest number of endemic birds and plants of any Caribbean island, and numerous unique reptiles, amphibians and insects. There are five AZE sites in Jamaica, including Hellshire Hills, which holds the last known population of the Jamaican Rock Iguana, Cyclura collei. Read more about Brighter future for Jamaican Iguanas