Elaine A. Powers, Author, with Krinkle, a Spiny-tail Iguana

A woman holds one of her pets, a disabled spiny-tail iguana.

Krinkle, a Spiny-tail Iguana, was rescued by Elaine Powers, from a family who had left him in a small aquarium. He wanted to grow to his normal four-foot length, but was crammed into a “krinkled” one-foot, stunted mess. He couldn’t walk at first. Now he can, but he still can’t run without tipping over. Krinkle goes to classrooms with Elaine and loves to visit with the children.

CURTIS CURLY-TAIL COMES ALIVE ON YOU TUBE!a curly tail lizard on a bahamian beach with blue sky and ocean, sand and green plants
Elaine A Powers Author Conservationalist Biologist
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