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The Culebra Island giant Anole is another fascinating animal. The scientific name is Anolis Roosevelti. An another name for the Giant Anole is Xiphosurus Roosevelt. They where listed as endangered on July 21, 1977. The Anole is extremely rare, but some people think that they can even be extinct, the last sighting was in 1932.
They can get to be 6.3 inches from head to tail. They are a brownish-gray and the underside is a whitish color. These types of anoles can be found in trees called Ficus or Gumbo-limbo trees. Anoles usually eat fruit, insects, or even smaller lizards depending on the type of lizard.