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Category Archives: Anole Art, Literature, and Humor
Who’s your neighbor? Check out this short documentary by biologist Neil Losin about Anolis research in Miami. It’s cool research and contains some great video and still footage of anoles! After the video, explore the rest of Losin and Nathan … Continue reading
Check out the work of origami maestro Bernie Peyton! Bernie, a Berkeley trained Ph.D. and expert on Andean sun bears, is also world renowned for his origami. He combines his zoological acumen with his artistic sense, making many origami animals, … Continue reading
Although it was filmed a few years ago, I just recently got around to watching the BBC documentary series Life in Cold Blood written and narrated by Sir David Attenborough. In the third episode of the series “Dragons of the … Continue reading
Imagine my surprise and delight upon entering the Winkleman Gallery last weekend in downtown New York and immediately setting eyes on this piece of art. The Anola Star is part of a new show, Binocular, by Leslie Thornton. Although this work … Continue reading
“It must be the oldest part of Mérida…. In the afternoon when the sun lights the stucco buildings across the street, it’s possible to count a dozen different colors of paint, all fading together on the highest part of the … Continue reading
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Poe named an anole williamsmittermeieror’m: Ponder, weak, weary. Perched on a warm day, Dewlap dewlap dewlap dew – Blackbird predation. Dewlap and Toepad. Adaptive Radiation. Key Innovations?