This picture of a proud-looking Hawaiian green lizard (Anole) was taken at Kings' Shops in the Waikoloa Resort area of the Kohala Coast of the Big Island. A number of them appear to enjoy a good living in the middle of flower arrangements around the shops, camouflaged from most onlookers by their beautiful green skin. Green Anoles were introduced into Hawai'i in the 1950s and have since spread to most of the islands. Sometimes called "chameleons," they can change color from green to brown. Males have a pink dewlap that can extend to attract females.