A small lizard that is native to to tropical and subtropical South America, Central America, Mexico, the offshore East Pacific Cocos, Gorgona and Malpelo Islands, the West Indies and southeastern United States, and are related to iguanas and chameleons and comprised of the family Dactyloidae, in the class Squamata. They resemble a small iguana, but are less spiky, and the males typically have a brightly colored dewlap, or neck flap, that they will display when defending his territory from a rival, courting a female, or even as a defense mechanism to scare away predators such as birds. They also have enlarged toe pads like that of a gecko, to help them grip onto leaves, bark, etc. They are often mistaken for a gecko, due to their ability to drop their tails when frightened and their sticky toe pads, but the two are distantly related.
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Female green anoles have a white strip on their backs, and when they are frightened or stressed, their stripe darkens.
All male anoles have a dewlap, but they are not all the same. Anoles that typically live in a dark habitat, such as a damp forest, for example, often have brightly colored dewlaps. On the other hand, anoles that live in bright habitats, such as sunny fields, generally have darker dewlaps.
The largest anole is the Cuban knight anole, measuring 13–20 in (33–51 cm) in total length when fully grown and weighing 0.56–4.83 oz (16–137 g).
Anoles, contrary to popular belief, are typically very intelligent and charismatic, and are actually very friendly and curious once you gain one’s trust and get to know one. In fact, I had a green anole for about 3 years, his name was Drakor, and he was the only other soul who I believe actually enjoyed seeing me. I used to talk to him, and I swear he talked back to me with those round, warm, caring eyes. I loved that little lizard. But.. when I came home from school one day, looking forward to seeing those round little eyes, I was instead met by.. nothing. His little eyes, instead of looking at me with that loving gaze, were sunken in and dried up, like the rest of his shrunken, darkened body. I rarely give in to my emotions, but that day, I practically dried up like a raisin I cried so much. My only loyal friend.. gone.. forever..

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A small color changing lizard who bottoms for the Geico Gecko.
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Mostly Scottish slang, Glasweigen mainly, but also heard Newcastle and north east of England anol like.
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Scottish term for "as well". This can mainly be seen in Glasgow.
"Fuck up ya dick or you'll be getting chibbed anol".
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Anol, scottish slang for "And all" but shortened. Similar to Yall, but and all instead of you all.
"Did you see Danny?"
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Para-hydroxypropenylbenzene, an extremely potent chemical that stimulates the female reproductive system like estrogen. Often confused with Anal.
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