I took the photo above while out on nocturnal hunt for twig anoles in the Sierra de Bahoruco (a mountain range in the southwest Dominican Republic). Searching for twig anoles generally involves lots of hours spent scanning vines and twigs for narrow lizard profiles. Can you find the twig anole in this image (click on the image for a larger version)?
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