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Not quite as intimidating as one of our bayou beasties unless you are a rather tiny fly or something like that. The Green Anole is quite common here but was nearly wiped out by an invasive species that moved in a few years ago. Not sure how they are doing, but it was great to see this little character foraging in the garden of good and evil. He/she was waiting patiently for something to come flying by when I took the shot.

According to Wikipedia they are also known as the Carolina anole, Carolina green anole, American anole, American green anole, North American green anole, red-throated anole and are also referred to as the American chameleon but are a lizard and not a chameleon. Photo taken in the garden at El. Franco Lee Park in the late evening.


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  • Taken: Aug 31, 2021
  • Uploaded: Sep 5, 2021
  • Updated: Feb 8, 2022