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Brown anole

Anolis sagrei


Found scurrying about, crawling up some rocks. Probably just over 12 cm in length.


Native to Cuba, also the Bahamas. A highly invasive species.


This one was found in the south-easter part of Cuba, Guantanamo. Found fairly close to water -- not right on the shore, but a short walk from it.

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Guant√°namo, Cuba

Spotted on Jan 3, 2011
Submitted on Dec 15, 2012

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