|Away from its family's usual habitat of Southern Africa, Sesuvium is a member of the Mesembryanthemum family which is endemic to the Galapagos Islands.|
|Two species of Land Iguana (Conolophus sp.) are
found in the Galapagos. Their food includes grazing on the Sesuvium plants
and also eating fallen pads from the Opuntia cacti.
Photographs by : John Briscoe
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