I am told this is an Anole, if anyone wants to challenge this, please send me a comment! Whatever he is, he sure is cute!
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2 thoughts on “Could this be an Anole?”
Is he not a tropical gecko? In spain they had lots of them, with this waxy looking skin. Anole, I no nole. Thanks for stopping by my bloggityblog today and for the super nice comment. I think your blog is great too!
Thank you! Maybe he is a tropical gecko? I am going to look it up and see! Thanks for the suggestion.. I hope you come back and visit!
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