Cayman Islands set to launch another massive Iguana cull this week

More than 300 people are set to take part in an Iguana cull across the country this week.

The Department of Environment says Iguana cullers need to seek permission from property owners as they take part in this week’s massive cull.

According to the Department of Environment, there is need for sensitivity as the necessary but gruesome initiative to protect Cayman’s indigenous flora and fauna and the wider environment may distress some members of the public. 

The cullers are encouraged to respect the sensitivities of onlookers and ensure landowners are happy for them to remove the animals from their property.

“It is up to the individual culler to obtain such permissions from the property owners or managers. A culling contract or registration does not confer any…

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