I easily caught by hand one sleeping Hispaniola green anole in our villa at night, and it reacted with a good wriggle and, surprisingly, multiple squeaks. I knew geckos made all sorts of squeaks and chirps, but I didn't realize that anoles did. Herpetologist Bob Powell later sent me mail confirming that many anoles vocalize.
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