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Iguanas are destroying infrastructure and more down in South Florida.  So we are joining Iguana Lifestyles with and we’re going to do some Iguana Hunting with Gamo Swarm Airguns.  Specifically we’ll be using the Gamo Bone Collector Swarm Gen 2, and the Gamo Swarm Magnum Gen 2.  We are shooting the Gamo RedFire pellets for maximum lethality on these critters.  We hope you enjoy the video!

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Spacebus:
How do the iguanas damage things? I've long heard the are a nuisance animal and invasive.

Steelontarget:
The locals must want those iguanas eliminated really bad; so much that they are letting these gentlemen hunt around those buildings.

That might be a little difficult to do elsewhere.

T.C.:
Iguana's here in Florida undermine the sea walls along the canals where people have homes and docks.
They will also undermine the foundation of a house and it will start to fail.  AKA cracks in walls and floors, not good.
They have them by the thousands in south Fla. and people make a business of exterminating them.
Terry

Blowpipe Sam:
Normally iguanas are pretty innocuous but they have overpopulated in south Florida.  That overpopulation is where the worst of the impact comes from.  Big colonies of iguanas have taken over neighborhoods.  They eat fruit and growing plants and they burrow into banks and sea walls to make nests.  They will mow down gardens and even eat landscaping plants.  They cause erosion and sanitation problems and they carry parasites.  Their only predators are humans and gators.  Behaviorally, iguanas are harmless herbivores but they are also one more invasive species that Florida doesn’t need.  Exterminate all the brutes! >:(

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