Lizards have always been there, but have you ever seen one 'do' push-ups? If you haven't seen it yet, here's a video to help you. The video, which was shared on Instagram, shows a lizard performing 'push-ups' while standing on a rock. The video has stunned internet users and may do the same for you.
"Push-ups are great, but do you even lift, bro?" read a portion of the comprehensive commentary given by the National Park Service accompanied the video on Instagram.
The National Park Service said in a comprehensive caption that numerous lizard species in the United States' Zion National Park execute 'push-ups' to demonstrate their strength, establish territory, and attract a partner. They also explained how lizards perform "push-ups" by "elevating the head and upper body in forceful up-and-down motions." "Do you feel the burn yet?" they joked.
The footage was made available two days ago. It has received over 8.4 lakh views and over 36,000 likes since it was shared. People have also left a variety of remarks.
"Oh, you mean bench pressing the planet," one person said. "I used to think this was some kind of depth awareness movement. Adorable! "another person shared "This is incredible," said a third.
What do you think of the amazing video?