A male Many-scaled Anole (Norops polylepis), family Polychrotidae,  bobbing its head and displaying its large yellow dewlap, in the Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica.
(photo: Steve G. Johnson)

A male Many-scaled Anole (Norops polylepis), family Polychrotidae,  bobbing its head and displaying its large yellow dewlap, in the Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica.

(photo: Steve G. Johnson)

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    Hey! I’ve seen this in Costa Rica :)