We’ve talked about anoles stowing away in potted plants and in wood shipments, and hitch-hiking on planes, but here’s a new one. AA reader Justin Sponholz writes: “My father used to work at Federal Bakers, a food shipment company up here in Buffalo, NY. In a sealed bucket of sugar there was an adult female A. sagrei. My dad brought it to me and she lived for 4+ years. It was in the mid-90s. I know she wouldn’t have survived in the wild but yea she still made it here.
BTW… pretty sure the sugar came from Florida, but I dont know for sure.”