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[[File:Knight_anole.jpg|thumb|In Manatee Springs at the [[Cincinnati Zoo]].]]Large adhesive toe pads enable the anole to climb smooth vertical surfaces, a helpful adaptation for an animal that lives in the tops of trees. '''Knight anoles '''(<span style="font-style: normal; ">Anolis equestris)</span> are native to Cuba and have been introduced to Florida.
   
Large adhesive toe pads enable the anole to climb smooth vertical surfaces, a helpful adaptation for an animal that lives in the tops of trees. '''Knight anoles '''(<span style="font-style: normal; ">Anolis equestris)</span> are native to Cuba and have been introduced to Florida. '''Facts'''Where to see them: Cuba and Southern FloridaLength: 1 to 1.7 ftLifespan: 10 yrs in wildHabitat: ForestDiet: Insects and smaller lizards
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=='''Facts'''==
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*Where to see them: Cuba and Southern Florida
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*Length: 1 to 1.7 ft
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*Lifespan: 10 yrs in wild
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*Habitat: Forest
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*Diet: Insects and smaller lizards

Latest revision as of 04:57, March 5, 2012

Knight anole

In Manatee Springs at the Cincinnati Zoo.

Large adhesive toe pads enable the anole to climb smooth vertical surfaces, a helpful adaptation for an animal that lives in the tops of trees. Knight anoles (Anolis equestris) are native to Cuba and have been introduced to Florida.

FactsEdit

  • Where to see them: Cuba and Southern Florida
  • Length: 1 to 1.7 ft
  • Lifespan: 10 yrs in wild
  • Habitat: Forest
  • Diet: Insects and smaller lizards
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