Nat Geo just posted an article on the rediscovery of six species of Haitian frogs thought to be extinct. This seemed like a good excuse to re-tell the story of the recent rediscovery of Anolis eugenegrahami from Haiti. This remarkable “semi-aquatic” anole, known from only a single, highly degraded locality, had not been seen in quite some time until an intrepid team of herpetologists set out to look for them. Read what they found here. Now, if only someone could find A. darlingtoni….
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