We talk a lot about how green anoles and brown anoles interact with each other, and the supposition usually is they are competing for space and/or food. But they can interact in another way, by eating each other! And here’s graphic proof that it happens!
The footage is from the classroom science project run by Aaron Reedy, Dan Warner and Tim Mitchell. We featured their recent paper a few months ago, and you can read all about the project on their website.