Video taken in June 2010, in the Bahamas. This anole is having a feast courtesy of one of his main predators. The fruit is from the wild dilly bush, not an easy fruit to crack for an anole, but it doesn’t present a challenge for a hungry curly-tail lizard, searching for his daily portion of sugars and fibers. After the curly-tail had his fill, the anole moved in to devour the pulp. Video taken by Dave Steinberg.
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