The GalÃ¡pagos Pink Land Iguana is a recently described species endemic to VolcÃ¡n Wolf, a single location on Isla Isabela. Based on direct observations (G. Gentile pers. comm. 2011) and reports of the GalÃ¡pagos National Park surveys, this iguana has never been observed outside an area larger than 25 kmÂ². The maximum area surrounding the geographic capture points of all individuals observed to date is 10.9 kmÂ², with more than 95% of observations clustering in a much smaller area (G. Gentile pers. comm. 2011). The iguana occurs along the northern slopes of the volcano, in an area ranging from 600-1,700 m asl. There may be a seasonal shift in altitude with Pink Iguanas concentrating at the crater rim at 1,700 m during the months of May-July and descending down to 600 m when vegetation starts drying out. This iguana has not been seen inside the caldera.