I think I wrote once before about the problems with Iguana on Gasparillo Island. In sort, someone's pet Iguanas get loose, and start breeding. Because they island does not have much in the way of natural predators, now, many years later, the island is overrun with Iguanas that are quickly defoliating the place.
One of the public health agencies offered up the following advice on how to deal with an Iguana problem, which I hear on the radio.
"If you are having problems with Iguanas, you should hit them over the head to stun them, and then decapitate them. Please dispose of the bodies properly and remember not to hit them over the head more than once because that would be animal abuse."
And decapitating them is not animal abuse? What you supposed to decapitate them with?
Better maybe just ask me, to come by, and take care of your Iguana for you. I very good catching lizards. Even big ones.