Florida is constantly being invaded by organisms that don't belong here. They come to bask in the sunshine and then unfortunately for our native species ... they stay.
They hide in their cool condos during the heat of the day.
By their sheer numbers they change the Florida environment ...
... unable to picture what was here before.
It all looks the same from the condo balcony.
Meanwhile, the natives are feeling the squeeze.
Note from FC:
The top 4 pics are the ubiquitous Brown Anole ... an exotic lizard that has successfully colonized the state. The bottom pic is a native, probably a 5 lined skink, but juvenile broadheads look like this also and both live in my father's compost bin where this guy lives.
It's just a post about lizards.
Any other interpretation is ...
... probably correct.