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Evolutionary Rochambeau

Did you know nature plays it's own game of Rock, Paper, Scissors?

The Common Side-Blotched Lizard is native to dry regions of the Western United States and Northern Mexico. Three different coloured morphs compete against each other following a pattern of rock paper scissors, where one morph has advantages over another but is out competed by the third.


At the start of each round you will select your morph.

  • Blue beats yellow
  • Yellow beats orange
  • Orange beats blue

The first lizard to win 3 rounds, wins the game.

Do you have what it takes to be an evolutionary champion?

Created by KarolinaTchiling