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Itsy bitsy teeny weeny chameleons

They've got independently rotating eyes, a curiously curly tail, and strangely depressing names. Meet some of the world's tiniest – and cutest – chameleons
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Tiniest Chameleon Ever Found May Represent Nature’s Limit on Reptile Miniaturization [PHOTOS]

Issues & Causes / Environmentalism : Planetsave (3 years ago)

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

World’s Tiniest Chameleons Found in Madagascar

Academics / General Science : Wired Science (3 years ago)

Researchers have recently discovered four new chameleon species, which rank among the world's tiniest reptiles. Adults of the smallest species are just over an inch from snout to tail. Read Post

Zoologger: Itsy bitsy teeny weeny chameleons

Biology / Zoology : New Scientist - Zoologger (3 years ago)

They've got independently rotating eyes, a curiously curly tail, and strangely depressing names. Meet some of the world's tiniest – and cutest – chameleons Read Post


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