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Brown Anole ( After The Storm )

Anolis sagrei

Description:

Around 5:00 p.m. in the afternoon, it started to rain, and this rain storm, lasted about an hour. After this storm stopped, two reptiles came out from the grass, and both reptiles, decided to rest on the sidewalk. After a few more minutes had passed, three more reptiles, came out from the grass, and all three reptiles decided to rest on the sidewalk, for a total of five reptiles, resting on the sidewalk. After a few more minutes had passed, all five reptiles, ran into the bushes. ( It was a wet sidewalk. A rain soaked sidewalk, and bushes. After a long or short rain storm, lots of reptiles, would come out of hiding, and rest on the wet sidewalk. )

Habitat:

We had a rain storm, and this rain storm, lasted for one hour, before it finally stopped. A few minutes later, after the rains had stopped, two reptiles came out from the wet grass, and both reptiles, decided to rest on the wet sidewalk. A little while later, three more reptiles, came out from the wet grass, and all three reptiles, also decided to rest on the wet sidewalk. A few minutes later, all five reptiles, decided to hide in the wet bushes.

Notes:

After the rain storm had stopped, two reptiles, came out from the wet grass, and both reptiles, decided to rest on the wet sidewalk. A few minutes later, three reptiles, came out from the wet grass, and all three reptiles, decided to rest on the wet sidewalk. A little while later, all five reptiles, went into the wet bushes to hide.

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1 Comment

maplemoth662
maplemoth662 a year ago

Thank you, TajSALDO....

maplemoth662
Spotted by
maplemoth662

Alabama, USA

Lat: 30.64, Long: -88.23

Spotted on Jul 5, 2018
Submitted on Jul 6, 2018

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