After Hurricane Luis in September 1995 iguanas were seen in Barbuda for the first time. Environmentalists think that the iguanas were washed up here by the winds and high seas during the Hurricane. Since 1995 the iguanas have multiplied and become a familiar sight in the woods. Last week Jerez Warner caught one that was over 6 feet long. He sold the iguana to someone who took it to Antigua, where its subsequent fate is unknown. On Thursday Jerez caught a smaller one, which he intends to sell or rear as a pet. The photos show the iguana which is being kept in a lobster pot in the yard of the Warner’s house and looked after by Jerez, with the help of his brothers and sisters.