I understand your point, but by moving pink iguanas, we are terra-forming for them.
To move them is to promote the use of fossil fuel.
What will moving them do to the food chain of the area that the iguanas now inhabit ?
Is it better to move all of them or to split the colony ?
Have we identified anything else that is being threatened by the volcano ?
When did the next to last colony of pink iguana disappear ?
How is it determined if/when the iguana need to be moved ?
Do we understand enough about them to move them ?
How much support are we going to provide them if moved ?
in the end, you can not have it both ways.