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The green anole, also known as the American chameleon, is not a true chameleon, but they can change from green to brown in seconds.  This characteristic is based on fluctuations in their surroundings, like temperatures and humidity, if there's an issue with their health, or they are feeling threatened.


Males have a pinkish-red throat dewlap used to fan for female attention and as an intimidation tactic towards other males looking to take their spot.  I've also learned from reading about these little anoles that females lay about 15 eggs and then dip out without a care to look back. 

These little lizards are native to the U.S.  It's worth noting that there have been a few foreign anole species brought overseas to Florida.  Researches aren't sure how the natives will fare with the newly acquainted lizards.  I captured this picture while walking down a forest road in South Carolina.

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