Everywhere you go these days the landscape flickers, darts and starts of movement as the lizards face off, two at a time, three at a time, fearless and valiant as they do their tiny pushups to impress a mate, fend off an aggressor, and let even the enormous human that this is their spot and they'll stake their all to defend it.
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