A new species of pink land iguana--genetically distinct from the normal kind (Conolophus subcristatus) above--has been identified on Isabela Island in the Galapagos.
The rosada species is a relict lineage (i.e. used to be widespread but now rare) whose origins stretch back to before the present-day archipelago was fully formed.
People have been coming here for centuries, and living here since the late 1800s, but we're still finding new vertebrate species--amazing! As the authors of the PNAS report write, "Despite the attention given to them, the Galápagos have not yet finished offering evolutionary novelties."