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hhobbgoblinn
Lizard turf wars #hawaii #brownanoles #lizardfights
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jesuscpenney : DAMN
frankofamerika : Lizard fight!!!!!
chrismetcalf : They both fell. No winners there!
jesuscpenney - frankofamerika - snowsoph - boochtothenooch -
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m_flyer18
I have absolutely been satisfying my childlike desires by catching (or trying to catch) every lizard I see. Here are two little brown anoles I caught. I pulled on their neck flap to reveal their hidden beauty, something that does not harm them in the slightest. These are an invasive species to Hawaii, but they sure are cute! #brownanoles #tinydragons #PUTMEDOWN #sofierce
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andrespac96 : I've been having that childlike desire lately too haha
sarahdaqtyl - alpaca_my_lunch - kevinmountainmetre - eligergray -
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nicolesdaylilies
@sethvogt spotted a new friend in the garden. #nicolesdaylilies #daylilies #flowers #garden #gardening #beautiful #colorful #spring #farm #farmlife #eustis #florida #fl #photography #lizard #brownanoles
beautiful - gardening - garden - colorful - brownanoles - farm - spring - photography - nicolesdaylilies - eustis - daylilies - flowers - fl - florida - lizard - farmlife -
amadorflowerfarm : Oh my!
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karascarrots
You thought you could hide! #floridawildlife #shoulditouchit #brownanoles
shoulditouchit - floridawildlife - brownanoles -
sleblanc017 - na_0mi - soda_pressing - steve_jerkle -
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dreygo71
The brown #anole is normally a light brown color with darker brown to black markings on its back, and several tan to light color lines on its sides. Like other anoles, it can change color, in this case a darker brown to black. Its #dewlap ranges from yellow to #orange-red. The males can grow as large as their green anole male counterparts, around 17.8–20.3 cm (7.0–8.0 in) long, with some individuals topping 22.9 cm (9.0 in). The females are also around the size of female green anoles: 7.6–15 cm (3.0–5.9 in). The male brown anole's head is smaller than that of the male green anole. Also, the brown anole's tail has a ridge that travels all the way up to behind the head, a feature the green anole lacks. #Shedding Brown anoles molt in small pieces, unlike some other #reptiles, which molt in one large piece. Anoles may consume the molted skin to replenish supplies of calcium. In captivity, the molted skin may stick to the anole if humidity is too low. The #unshed layer of skin can build up around the# eyes, preventing the lizard from feeding and leading to starvation. This can be prevented by maintaining high #humidity. #Diet Brown anoles feed on #insects such as #crickets, #moths, ants, #grasshoppers, #cockroaches, #mealworms, and #waxworms, as well as other arthropods, including #spiders. They may also eat other #lizards, such as the green anole, lizard eggs, and their own #molted skin and detached tails. If near water, they eat #aquatic #arthropods or small #fish – nearly anything that will fit in their #mouths. Predation As a defense mechanism, #brownanoles can detach most of their tails when pursued or captured. The piece that breaks off will continue to move, possibly #distracting the predator and allowing the anole to escape. The lost tail will partially regrow. [8] If provoked, the brown anole will bite, urinate, and defecate. #Predators include #rats, #snakes, #birds and many larger predators. #wildlife #wildlifephotography
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aurora.bruzon.photos
Glow in the Dark #lizards #brownanole #brownanolesofinstagram #brownanoles #reptilesofinstagram #reptile #wildlifephoto #wildlifephotography #dewlap #anole #naturelovers
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vueeyle : I like this photo! :)
aurora.bruzon.photos : @vueeyle thank you ✌🏽️
meselatub - jsilvaveloso - jejicka - jackosapien -
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willysreptiles
Well, the birds weren't using it, so might as well share and put it to better use...πŸ˜‹πŸŠ #reptile #reptiles #reptilesofinstagram #brown #anole #anoles #anolesofinstagram #animal #animals #animalsofinstagram #pet #pets #petsofinstagram #herp #herps #herpsofinstagram #lizard #lizards #lizardsofinstagram #brownanole #brownanoles #brownanolesofinstagram #anolissagrei #anolis #sagrei #followme #dinosaur #dinosaurs #dinosaursofinstagram #willysreptiles
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duttontara : Aww so.cute
willysreptiles : Haha! Thanks @duttontara!
fossilizedfashion : Nice pic! Always fun to see fellow dinosaur lovers! πŸ‘ We'd love to see more!
willysreptiles : Thanks @fossilizedfashion!
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dreygo71
The brown #anole is normally a light brown color with darker brown to black markings on its back, and several tan to light color lines on its sides. Like other anoles, it can change color, in this case a darker brown to black. Its #dewlap ranges from yellow to #orange-red. The males can grow as large as their green anole male counterparts, around 17.8–20.3 cm (7.0–8.0 in) long, with some individuals topping 22.9 cm (9.0 in). The females are also around the size of female green anoles: 7.6–15 cm (3.0–5.9 in). The male brown anole's head is smaller than that of the male green anole. Also, the brown anole's tail has a ridge that travels all the way up to behind the head, a feature the green anole lacks. #Shedding Brown anoles molt in small pieces, unlike some other #reptiles, which molt in one large piece. Anoles may consume the molted skin to replenish supplies of calcium. In captivity, the molted skin may stick to the anole if humidity is too low. The #unshed layer of skin can build up around the# eyes, preventing the lizard from feeding and leading to starvation. This can be prevented by maintaining high #humidity. #Diet Brown anoles feed on #insects such as #crickets, #moths, ants, #grasshoppers, #cockroaches, #mealworms, and #waxworms, as well as other arthropods, including #spiders. They may also eat other #lizards, such as the green anole, lizard eggs, and their own #molted skin and detached tails. If near water, they eat #aquatic #arthropods or small #fish – nearly anything that will fit in their #mouths. Predation As a defense mechanism, #brownanoles can detach most of their tails when pursued or captured. The piece that breaks off will continue to move, possibly #distracting the predator and allowing the anole to escape. The lost tail will partially regrow. [8] If provoked, the brown anole will bite, urinate, and defecate. #Predators include #rats, #snakes, #birds and many larger predators. #wildlife #wildlifephotography
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limekeyman : Nice! Reminds me of home πŸ‡―πŸ‡²
dreygo71 : @limekeyman glad it did...is jamaica home
uwaishusein - rjpelomundo - wendyjumpp - jessme99 -
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dreygo71
The brown #anole is normally a light brown color with darker brown to black markings on its back, and several tan to light color lines on its sides. Like other anoles, it can change color, in this case a darker brown to black. Its #dewlap ranges from yellow to #orange-red. The males can grow as large as their green anole male counterparts, around 17.8–20.3 cm (7.0–8.0 in) long, with some individuals topping 22.9 cm (9.0 in). The females are also around the size of female green anoles: 7.6–15 cm (3.0–5.9 in). The male brown anole's head is smaller than that of the male green anole. Also, the brown anole's tail has a ridge that travels all the way up to behind the head, a feature the green anole lacks. #Shedding Brown anoles molt in small pieces, unlike some other #reptiles, which molt in one large piece. Anoles may consume the molted skin to replenish supplies of calcium. In captivity, the molted skin may stick to the anole if humidity is too low. The #unshed layer of skin can build up around the# eyes, preventing the lizard from feeding and leading to starvation. This can be prevented by maintaining high #humidity. #Diet Brown anoles feed on #insects such as #crickets, #moths, ants, #grasshoppers, #cockroaches, #mealworms, and #waxworms, as well as other arthropods, including #spiders. They may also eat other #lizards, such as the green anole, lizard eggs, and their own #molted skin and detached tails. If near water, they eat #aquatic #arthropods or small #fish – nearly anything that will fit in their #mouths. Predation As a defense mechanism, #brownanoles can detach most of their tails when pursued or captured. The piece that breaks off will continue to move, possibly #distracting the predator and allowing the anole to escape. The lost tail will partially regrow. [8] If provoked, the brown anole will bite, urinate, and defecate. #Predators include #rats, #snakes, #birds and many larger predators. #wildlife #wildlifephotography
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kakkao_s : 😱
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dreygo71
The brown #anole is normally a light brown color with darker brown to black markings on its back, and several tan to light color lines on its sides. Like other anoles, it can change color, in this case a darker brown to black. Its #dewlap ranges from yellow to #orange-red. The males can grow as large as their green anole male counterparts, around 17.8–20.3 cm (7.0–8.0 in) long, with some individuals topping 22.9 cm (9.0 in). The females are also around the size of female green anoles: 7.6–15 cm (3.0–5.9 in). The male brown anole's head is smaller than that of the male green anole. Also, the brown anole's tail has a ridge that travels all the way up to behind the head, a feature the green anole lacks. #Shedding Brown anoles molt in small pieces, unlike some other #reptiles, which molt in one large piece. Anoles may consume the molted skin to replenish supplies of calcium. In captivity, the molted skin may stick to the anole if humidity is too low. The #unshed layer of skin can build up around the# eyes, preventing the lizard from feeding and leading to starvation. This can be prevented by maintaining high #humidity. #Diet Brown anoles feed on #insects such as #crickets, #moths, ants, #grasshoppers, #cockroaches, #mealworms, and #waxworms, as well as other arthropods, including #spiders. They may also eat other #lizards, such as the green anole, lizard eggs, and their own #molted skin and detached tails. If near water, they eat #aquatic #arthropods or small #fish – nearly anything that will fit in their #mouths. Predation As a defense mechanism, #brownanoles can detach most of their tails when pursued or captured. The piece that breaks off will continue to move, possibly #distracting the predator and allowing the anole to escape. The lost tail will partially regrow. [8] If provoked, the brown anole will bite, urinate, and defecate. #Predators include #rats, #snakes, #birds and many larger predators. #wildlife #wildlifephotography
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map_wildlife : πŸ‘Œ
taslimur : πŸ‘
matteo.dinicola.wildlife - map_wildlife - aluminartist - lastriruqoyaa -
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notthefall
My new #Floridian friend wanted to help drive #Florida #MarcoIsland #Reptile #BrownAnole #BrownAnoles #SWFL
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360printshop - gh21 - agent239 - gettingstitched -
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dreygo71
The brown #anole is normally a light brown color with darker brown to black markings on its back, and several tan to light color lines on its sides. Like other anoles, it can change color, in this case a darker brown to black. Its #dewlap ranges from yellow to #orange-red. The males can grow as large as their green anole male counterparts, around 17.8–20.3 cm (7.0–8.0 in) long, with some individuals topping 22.9 cm (9.0 in). The females are also around the size of female green anoles: 7.6–15 cm (3.0–5.9 in). The male brown anole's head is smaller than that of the male green anole. Also, the brown anole's tail has a ridge that travels all the way up to behind the head, a feature the green anole lacks. #Shedding Brown anoles molt in small pieces, unlike some other #reptiles, which molt in one large piece. Anoles may consume the molted skin to replenish supplies of calcium. In captivity, the molted skin may stick to the anole if humidity is too low. The #unshed layer of skin can build up around the# eyes, preventing the lizard from feeding and leading to starvation. This can be prevented by maintaining high #humidity. #Diet Brown anoles feed on #insects such as #crickets, #moths, ants, #grasshoppers, #cockroaches, #mealworms, and #waxworms, as well as other arthropods, including #spiders. They may also eat other #lizards, such as the green anole, lizard eggs, and their own #molted skin and detached tails. If near water, they eat #aquatic #arthropods or small #fish – nearly anything that will fit in their #mouths. Predation As a defense mechanism, #brownanoles can detach most of their tails when pursued or captured. The piece that breaks off will continue to move, possibly #distracting the predator and allowing the anole to escape. The lost tail will partially regrow. [8] If provoked, the brown anole will bite, urinate, and defecate. #Predators include #rats, #snakes, #birds and many larger predators. #wildlife #wildlifephotography
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uwaishusein - ghostspix - thetwintowns -
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dreygo71
The brown #anole is normally a light brown color with darker brown to black markings on its back, and several tan to light color lines on its sides. Like other anoles, it can change color, in this case a darker brown to black. Its #dewlap ranges from yellow to #orange-red. The males can grow as large as their green anole male counterparts, around 17.8–20.3 cm (7.0–8.0 in) long, with some individuals topping 22.9 cm (9.0 in). The females are also around the size of female green anoles: 7.6–15 cm (3.0–5.9 in). The male brown anole's head is smaller than that of the male green anole. Also, the brown anole's tail has a ridge that travels all the way up to behind the head, a feature the green anole lacks. #Shedding Brown anoles molt in small pieces, unlike some other #reptiles, which molt in one large piece. Anoles may consume the molted skin to replenish supplies of calcium. In captivity, the molted skin may stick to the anole if humidity is too low. The #unshed layer of skin can build up around the# eyes, preventing the lizard from feeding and leading to starvation. This can be prevented by maintaining high #humidity. #Diet Brown anoles feed on #insects such as #crickets, #moths, ants, #grasshoppers, #cockroaches, #mealworms, and #waxworms, as well as other arthropods, including #spiders. They may also eat other #lizards, such as the green anole, lizard eggs, and their own #molted skin and detached tails. If near water, they eat #aquatic #arthropods or small #fish – nearly anything that will fit in their #mouths. Predation As a defense mechanism, #brownanoles can detach most of their tails when pursued or captured. The piece that breaks off will continue to move, possibly #distracting the predator and allowing the anole to escape. The lost tail will partially regrow. [8] If provoked, the brown anole will bite, urinate, and defecate. #Predators include #rats, #snakes, #birds and many larger predators. #wildlife #wildlifephotography
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jspestcontrol : 🐜
uwaishusein - thetwintowns - thefitlifecouple - ginaxramer -
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dreygo71
The brown #anole is normally a light brown color with darker brown to black markings on its back, and several tan to light color lines on its sides. Like other anoles, it can change color, in this case a darker brown to black. Its #dewlap ranges from yellow to #orange-red. The males can grow as large as their green anole male counterparts, around 17.8–20.3 cm (7.0–8.0 in) long, with some individuals topping 22.9 cm (9.0 in). The females are also around the size of female green anoles: 7.6–15 cm (3.0–5.9 in). The male brown anole's head is smaller than that of the male green anole. Also, the brown anole's tail has a ridge that travels all the way up to behind the head, a feature the green anole lacks. #Shedding Brown anoles molt in small pieces, unlike some other #reptiles, which molt in one large piece. Anoles may consume the molted skin to replenish supplies of calcium. In captivity, the molted skin may stick to the anole if humidity is too low. The #unshed layer of skin can build up around the# eyes, preventing the lizard from feeding and leading to starvation. This can be prevented by maintaining high #humidity. #Diet Brown anoles feed on #insects such as #crickets, #moths, ants, #grasshoppers, #cockroaches, #mealworms, and #waxworms, as well as other arthropods, including #spiders. They may also eat other #lizards, such as the green anole, lizard eggs, and their own #molted skin and detached tails. If near water, they eat #aquatic #arthropods or small #fish – nearly anything that will fit in their #mouths. Predation As a defense mechanism, #brownanoles can detach most of their tails when pursued or captured. The piece that breaks off will continue to move, possibly #distracting the predator and allowing the anole to escape. The lost tail will partially regrow. [8] If provoked, the brown anole will bite, urinate, and defecate. #Predators include #rats, #snakes, #birds and many larger predators. #wildlife #wildlifephotography
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dreygo71
The brown #anole is normally a light brown color with darker brown to black markings on its back, and several tan to light color lines on its sides. Like other anoles, it can change color, in this case a darker brown to black. Its #dewlap ranges from yellow to #orange-red. The males can grow as large as their green anole male counterparts, around 17.8–20.3 cm (7.0–8.0 in) long, with some individuals topping 22.9 cm (9.0 in). The females are also around the size of female green anoles: 7.6–15 cm (3.0–5.9 in). The male brown anole's head is smaller than that of the male green anole. Also, the brown anole's tail has a ridge that travels all the way up to behind the head, a feature the green anole lacks. #Shedding Brown anoles molt in small pieces, unlike some other #reptiles, which molt in one large piece. Anoles may consume the molted skin to replenish supplies of calcium. In captivity, the molted skin may stick to the anole if humidity is too low. The #unshed layer of skin can build up around the# eyes, preventing the lizard from feeding and leading to starvation. This can be prevented by maintaining high #humidity. #Diet Brown anoles feed on #insects such as #crickets, #moths, ants, #grasshoppers, #cockroaches, #mealworms, and #waxworms, as well as other arthropods, including #spiders. They may also eat other #lizards, such as the green anole, lizard eggs, and their own #molted skin and detached tails. If near water, they eat #aquatic #arthropods or small #fish – nearly anything that will fit in their #mouths. Predation As a defense mechanism, #brownanoles can detach most of their tails when pursued or captured. The piece that breaks off will continue to move, possibly #distracting the predator and allowing the anole to escape. The lost tail will partially regrow. [8] If provoked, the brown anole will bite, urinate, and defecate. #Predators include #rats, #snakes, #birds and many larger predators. #wildlife #wildlifephotography
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100thavegarden : So cool; I've learned a lot from your posts!
dreygo71 : @100thavegarden thank you so much can't wait to see your garden flourish with all those fresh vegetables
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speakinupnow
These are green anoles, native to Florida unlike the brown anoles. #animal #wildlife #nature #soloverlysofree #greenanoles #anoles #brownanoles
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xglowinthedarkxo
My Mischief #brownanoles #brownanolesofinstagram #rescue #lizardsofinstagram
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xomissi
You know you've been worming your chickens when the #eggbasket hasn't been used in so long that #lizards get stuck in it πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ #brownanoles #backyardchickenlife
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asheradelstein : Chickens favorite snack lol
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badgerjones
Welp, I saw Santanole again at the park, and he said he had my present-- all I needed to do was close my eyes and hold out my hands... #badsanta #santanole #anole #anoles #anolesofinstagram #herpetology #herp #Christmas #Christmaslizard #brownanoles #brownanolelizard #lizard #lizardsofinstagram #funnylizard #γƒˆγ‚«γ‚² #とかげ
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michellesheree74 : πŸ‘ŒπŸ’ƒπŸ˜πŸŽ…πŸŽπŸŽ„
hapamiki : Hahaha CUTE!!!
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badgerjones
Procrastination Anole knows how I feel tonight. #anole #anoles #anolis #brownanoles #brownanolelizard #anolesofinstagram #lizard #funnylizard #procrastination #procrastinating #procrastinator #lazylizard #illdoittomorrow #illdoitlater #herpetology #herp #γƒˆγ‚«γ‚²
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madsen1498 : @paggleyyy #anolememes
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badgerjones
"Get a room? Nah, this hand is nice and warm..." #anole #anolesofinstagram #anoles #γƒˆγ‚«γ‚² #reptiles #herp #herpetology #brownanoles #brownanolelizard #anolis #anolissagrei
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axrbarsic
#brownanole #brownanoles #anole #anolis #anoles #sagreianoles #keywest #keywestflorida #lizard
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dimkakantemirov : Π›Ρ‘Ρ… я Π² Facebook зарСгистрировался Π”ΠΌΠΈΡ‚Ρ€ΠΈΠΉ ΠšΠ°Π½Ρ‚Π΅ΠΌΠΈΡ€ΠΎΠ²
axrbarsic : @dimkakantemirov Π·Π΄ΠΎΡ€ΠΎΠ²ΠΎ ΠΏΠΎΠΏΡ€ΠΎΠ±ΡƒΡŽ тСбя Π½Π°ΠΉΡ‚ΠΈ
papuaswimwear : Amazing!
thegratitudeletters : Awesome capture!
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badgerjones
Saw Santanole at the Humane Society today... Looks like he's spreading Christmas cheer to our canine friends! #Santanole #badSanta #anole #anoles #reptilesofinstagram #anolesofinstagram #brownanole #brownanoles #brownanolesofinstagram #reptiles #lizard #lizards #γƒˆγ‚«γ‚²
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hapamiki : Hahahhahahhaaaaa!!!!!!
hapamiki : I love it!!!!
hapamiki : @badgerjones LOL
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badgerjones
Anole feeding time! #anole #nomnom #nomnomnom #γƒˆγ‚«γ‚² #brownanole #anoles #anolesofinstagram #brownanoles #herp #herpetology
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g3ttrippyandth3nsom3 : @costinmcawesome
thevapingmenagerie : sweet :)
badgerjones : @thevapingmenagerie I dunno man, they tasted pretty bitter to me-- but the anoles love 'em...
thevapingmenagerie : @badgerjones haha ;)
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laurie0714
Have a great day:)))
laurie0714 : Your so right, they are very fast! But oh so fun to try to catch😁 I still can catch a few if I really try😁 @baroness63 πŸ™‹πŸ™‹
bevlorraine : Wie fantastic pictures
bevlorraine : Wow in English
laurie0714 : Thank you so much @bevlorraine πŸ’›πŸ™‹
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T-Bone .vs a Lizard T-Bone is a mix of American Staffordshire Terrier, American Bulldog (Scott Type) & Dogo Argentino. #PitBullTBone #Pit #Bull #PitBull #Dog #BullDog #American #Terrier #AmericanStaffordshireTerrier #AmericanStaffordshire #Staffordshire #StaffordshireTerrier #AmericanBullDog #PitBullTerrier #AmericanPitBullTerrier #Dogo #DogoArgentino #Mastiff #ArgentinoMastiff #AmericanPitBull #Lizard #Anoles #Invasive #InvasiveSpecies #BrownAnoles #Anole #InvasiveSpecie #BrownAnole
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mattiabalella : πŸ”πŸ”πŸ”
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Caught this guy checking out my Seiko-- or maybe his eyesight was so bad, he had to get *that* close to see it... #brownanoles #brownanolelizard #anole #anoles #anolesofinstagram #funnylizard #lizard #lizardsofinstagram #Friday #Seiko #SeikoWatch #fieldwatch #militarywatch #seiko5 #とかげ #γƒˆγ‚«γ‚² #γ‚»γ‚€γ‚³ #ζ™‚θ¨ˆ
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cascadiarecon : Awesome shot! πŸ‘
919studios : nice
original_axollot : Wow. Mine are skittish. The green males not at all. 3 times the size the male in front follows me using the eaves of the house tho!
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badgerjones
Oh! Looks like Santanole has a special message for the boy who caught him today! #badsanta #santanole #anole #anoles #anolesofinstagram #herpetology #herp #Christmas #Christmaslizard #brownanoles #brownanolelizard #lizard #lizardsofinstagram #funnylizard #γƒˆγ‚«γ‚² #とかげ
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original_axollot : Santanole?! πŸ‘πŸπŸ‘€
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badgerjones
At one point, he's just like, "screw it, I'm not going to climb anymore just for your video" and Bert-stares me... #γƒˆγ‚«γ‚² #とかげ #anole #anoles #anolesofinstagram #brownanoles #lizard #lizardsofinstagram
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badgerjones : @annftw Oh, and it totally beats catching mono...
michaelturek : @rosannamenza
original_axollot : That's very similar to the species here. I'll tag a photo for you in the morn. Have last year's hatching and a black and white on IG now. The stripe is more defined too. At least I can put up planter sleeper ☺ she's cute.
badgerjones : @original_axollot Looking forward to it! I'd love to have a bunch of plants in my balcony so they could all come over for Netflix & chill, but I'd probably have to supply some bugs for them to eat!
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badgerjones
Santanole wasn't pleased with me catching him to take pics... #badsanta #santanole #anole #anoles #anolesofinstagram #herpetology #herp #Christmas #Christmaslizard #brownanoles #brownanolelizard #lizard #lizardsofinstagram #funnylizard #γƒˆγ‚«γ‚² #とかげ
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hapamiki : #instadaily #instafunny #humor #fun #santa #begood #haha #iloveit #behave #funny
hapamiki : #cute
mengarooo : Hahaha, will probably poop on your hand too.
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badgerjones
This guy has a crest on him! Looks like a little dinosaur! #herpetology #herp #γ‚’γƒŽγƒ¬ #γƒˆγ‚«γ‚² #とかげ #brownanoles #brownanolelizard #anole #anoles #dewlap
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uncle_louie : 🍺 Cheers
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badgerjones
I swear, every anole I've ever seen gives me this same look. #γƒˆγ‚«γ‚² #とかげ #anole #anoles #anolelizard #anolesofinstagram #brownanolesofinstagram #brownanolelizard #brownanoles #brownanole #lizard #fencelizard #herp #herptology
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dr_rep105 : Lol
dr_rep105 : Thats true
dr_rep105 : But every anole I get bites me to death
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#anole #anoles #anolelizard #anolelizards #anolesofinstagram #brownanole #brownanoles #brownanolelizard #brownanolesofinstagram
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evergladesviptour : So cool!
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