Meet Brookesia micra, the newly discovered world's smallest chameleon. This wee creature was discovered on an island off of Northern Madagascar, where a biological expedition discovered these tiny beasts snoozing in vegetation a mere four inches off the ground. Juvenile specimens of Brookesia micra are the size of a match head, whereas the adults can be eclipsed by a press-on nail.
Here is the world's smallest chameleon, the Brookesia micra, recently discovered on an island off Madagascar. These little guys are only an inch long, fully-grown. More » Read Post
An expedition to the African island of Madagascar has uncovered the world’s smallest chameleon. Adult members of the leaf chameleon species Brookesia micra grow to less than 30 millimeters, from nose to tip of the tail, and are foun... Read Post