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Non-indiginous iguanas made a pest of themselves.

Iguanas gone bad, giclée art print


This archival giclée art print is from the original digital illustration of a cartoon that appeared in the Palm Beach Daily News on March 1, 2009, and in the book Billionaires and Butterfly Ballots, A 20-Year Palm Beach ‘Cartoonspective’ by David Willson, published Nov. 2012

Product Description

Non-indiginous iguanas made a pest of themselves.

8.5″ X 6.5″ archival image on 11″ X 9″ acid free bright white art print paper

In this giclée art print from the original digital illustration, Iguanas have bred prolifically since being released in the wild by exotic pet owners who no longer wanted to care for them. Today, hundreds of thousands of them wreak havoc in backyards all over South Florida.

Additional Information

Dimensions 8.5 x 6 in
Framed print

Order this giclée print in an 11" X 14" black frame, $250


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