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The photo I captured was of a Female Anole. Female Anoles are brown to grayish, 5 - 8.5 inches long they also have black markings with whitish yellowish marks on their back. They eat ants, flies and other insects. The walk on four legs and their tail guides it. The females lay single, round eggs throught the warm months.They make homes in bushes, plants, corners, cracks and any other places where there are prey and no predators.
It's native Habitat is Cuba and the Bahamas.
I took this photo off Spady campus, but I always see it in Spady. When I took these photos, the female Anole was eating ants.