Fiji banded iguana (Brachylophus fasciatus) captured with R5 an 70-200/4 in the Vienna Zoo (Schönbrunn).
Although behind glass, I am quite happy with the result.
Fijian iguanas are tree dwellers that are found only in the South Pacific on the island groups of Fiji, Tonga and the New Hebrides. The radical destruction of the rainforests and the introduction of rats and domestic cats brought the species to the brink of extinction. Along with the San Diego Zoo, the Vienna Zoo is the only zoo in the world that succeeded in breeding these lizards in 2007. Incidentally, these iguanas can change their color. When excited, they darken their green color.
When there is little excitement about cameras/lenses and when the birdies and critters are in short supply, threads do go in strange directions! It would be no contest, Click would take it and then Donald would claim it was rigged.