Our kids are incorrigible lizard hunters. Cubans, skinks, curly tails, green and brown anoles, even iguanas; a lizard seen is a lizard chased. One of the things they really wanted to do on our trip to the Exumas was go back to Leaf Cay.
Leaf Cay is known for its iguana population. Go-fast boats full of pasty tourists make a daily run from Nassau to see them and, predictably, the iguanas have gotten used to being fed. The kids were counting on this and came prepared with food — well… bait, actually.
The iguanas were unprepared for a coordinated assault from four boat kids.