See The Exotic Animals On Richard Branson’s Private Island


Sir Richard Branson’s 74 acre private island in the British Virgin Islands, Necker Island, is known for its luxury accommodations, beautiful views and celebrity guests. But once you get there, there’s another element of the surroundings that quite literally jumps out at you: its exotic wildlife—as Robert Libetti reports in this article for Business Insider. Click on the link below to see a gallery of photos.

Necker Island is home to at least 140 different species. On a given day, visitors can see everything from lemurs to tortoises to macaws and even flamingos.

While the island has many creatures that are part of the area’s diverse tropical environment, some animals were brought in by Branson as a way to repopulate the Caribbean with species that have become nearly extinct in the region, mostly due to human behavior such as hunting or development.

When we visited the island last year, we got a glimpse of some of the beautiful wildlife of Necker up close.

Click here to see the wildlife of Necker >

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