A new study has revealed that a Jamaican lizard called the Anolis engages in impressive displays of reptilian strength – push ups, head bobs, and threatening extension of a colourful neck flap called a dewlap – to defend its territory at dawn and dusk. While female anoles establish small territories allowing access to food and other resources, while males stake out larger territories allowing them access to several females. The dawn chorus may be a way of communicating having survived the night. If in the morning a bird doesn’t hear its neighbour, or an anole doesn’t see its neighbour, it may be an opportunity for the animal to expand its territory.
For men, it is so easy: They just need to earn lots of money and give a part of it to the POLICE, to defend and to expand territory (including access to several women).