Anole Annals Viewership Triples In A Year: 300,000th Visit Impending

Some time in the wee hours tonight or early tomorrow, the 300,000th visitor will traipse through Anole Annals. Not bad since we only reached 100,000 barely more than a year ago, on December 16, 2011, when some lunkhead from Valdosta, GA logged in. Who will claim this great honor? And when will it occur? You can keep track yourself by checking the stats counter at the bottom of the sidebar on the right side of the screen. And if you haven’t done so before, click on the world map just above it, to see in rotating 3-D where people are visiting AA right now.

Next AA milestone: our 1000th post, slated for later this winter. So far, in our two year and change history, we’ve had 919 posts by 87 contributors from 11 countries and five continents. Not to mention 3,356 comments.

About Jonathan Losos

Professor and Curator of Herpetology at the Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard University. I've spent my entire professional career studying anoles and have discovered that the more I learn about anoles, the more I realize I don't know.

6 thoughts on “Anole Annals Viewership Triples In A Year: 300,000th Visit Impending

  1. Anoles are my passion , Jonathan know this……

    so AA is it. The best site for information about this species.Thanks

    only so, from Germany


  2. You all put us Liolaemólogos to shame….congrats! Of course we support the splitting of Anolis, leaving one clear victor in the largest amniote genus contest.

    Look out for “Liolaemus Logs” coming soon! Or something to that effect… We hope to top you in 2014!

    Roberto Langstroth

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