If you’re like me, you can’t get enough anole videos. So, what a surprise it was to learn that Cornell’s fabled Lab of O has a repository of 147 anole videos. Many of them are from Cuba, taken by Eric Liner, and include footage of Chamaeleolis, A. smallwoodi, and other cool Cubans. I haven’t checked most of them out yet, but it seems like a great resource.
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