This big bold male anole didn’t move as I approached–he just sat there giving me a side eye.

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A very pretty redheaded anole.

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Over on the old fence there were lots of baby anoles climbing around.

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Another little anole going up the fence.

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A third baby anole. There must have been at least a half dozen of them out there.

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Things were fine until this little fellow showed up.

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He’s a juvenile brown anole too, but all this little guy wanted to do was to chase off the other little anoles. There he is in the background on the left, getting ready to scare away the anole on the right.

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He’s putting on his scary look here, puffed up with his throat extended. He’s not showing off his little dewlap but you can see the color on his throat.

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Climbing around looking for more little anoles to chase.

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He even resorted to a bit of tongue protrusion, an aggressive sign in an anole.

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The little bully didn’t mind the camera at all. I’m going to have to keep an eye out for this one.

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Flowers on the fence.

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And Sophie taking a walk in the yard.

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