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Anoles Podcast: Extras
Photo Credits: Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University President and Fellows of Harvard College
Visit Justin Jenningsen's website to learn more about sexual selection and sexual signals in Anolis lizards and to watch a video of Anoles vocalizing a signal.
Anoles come in a remarkable variety of colors and forms, each with its special ecological niche. The media gallery on EOL.org has over one thousand items, with more being added every day. We’ve put together a gallery of some of our favorites:
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