This week I’d like to bring your attention to a story coming out of the Galapagos Islands. The good news: a new species of Iguana has been identified on the Galapagos Islands, and it’s pink! This pink Iguana separated evolutionarily from other Iguana species about 5 million years ago, and it is adorable.
The bad news for the extremely endangered pink lizard (and the world) is that feral cats, introduced by cat-loving travelers and settlers (i.e. people like YOU), are eating these poor pinkos alive. I’d go into how this proves the kitty-creationist agenda, and how cats are clearly trying to stop the progress of science by destroying species that could unlock the secrets of our evolution, but it just seems so obvious that I’m not going to even bother . . .
THE BATTLE RAGES ON!