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Bahaman Anoles are fairly small lizards, averaging between five and nine inches (13-22cm) in length. Their head, with medium-sized brown eyes, is triangular and small. They appear in a great variety of body patterns, including lines and triangles, and an equally large range of colors, from black to pale brown to tan. The dewlap is usually either yellow or bright red. Females often have a white stripe running down the middle of their back, which makes it easy to distinguish females from males. Other ways of sexing the Anoles is by noticing the large crest on the neck and back of the males. Males often fade to a uniform tan color when mature, and their dewlap is larger than that of the females.


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