The Barbados Wildlife Reserve was originally all about the green monkeys, natives of Barbados since the 17th century when they were introduced from Africa. The reserve was founded as a center for conservation and research into the fascinating creatures.
Since then, the collection has expanded and it's a pleasure to see most of the animals here roaming free. Walking the paths through the mahogany forest, you can spot red-footed turtles, deer, iguanas, agoutis and troupes of the greenish yellow monkeys galore.
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