Macuata Island is an island about 1.5 km from its home country. Its area is about 100 acres (40ha), length / width 852m by 660m and height 100m. There are endangered iguanas in island.
In August 2015, a picnic fire engulfed the island, and a good part of it burned down. Illegal trespassing and campfires were frequent. And because of that event, they activated ,,ranger training program” https://iguanafoundation.org/information-by-species/fijian-crested-iguana/iguana-ranger-program-2016/ to help overseeing activities on both Macuata and Monuriki to protect both nature and endangered iguanas.
HERE IS MACUATA ISLAND GALLERY https://tropicalislands.net/macuata-island-gallery/