Two Lizards Fight for the Right to Claim a Tree as their Home

For thousands of years, the green anole was Florida's only native tree dwelling lizard. But today, Miami is home to nine other species, some arriving as unwanted pets or as stowaways on cargo ships, all looking for their own space. As a male crested anole takes on another lizard over a disputed palm tree a battle ensues. Battles like this can take a while to settle–some lasting as long as 30 minutes. (02:18)