Chameleon Macro by Jonathan Griffiths

Chameleons have the strangest eyes, its literally the same texture and consistency of the rest of their scaly skin

funkysafari:    Chameleon- Wilhelma zoological and botanical gardens, Germanyby Sergiu Bacioiu

color power (Chameleon- Wilhelma zoological and botanical gardens, Germany by Sergiu Bacioiu)

Madagascan chameleon

I am not arrogant, I have a sinus problem. You shouldn't judge your fellows by their appearance only - Madagascan chameleon

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Jackson's Chameleon (Trioceros jacksonii), native to East Africa but introduced into Hawaii and Florida. Only males have the horns. They're popular as pets but not the easiest to keep. They dislike being handled, need solitude and are easily stressed.

I see you / Magnus Forsberg (Eye of a Panther chameleon) Woah..now that's magnification!

'I see you' by Magnus Forsberg. Panther Cameleon - love this - Evolution Reptiles, Oxford.

h4ilstorm: “ unimpressed (by kevin towler) ”

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1. Chameleon - I love chameleons! They are such a unique animal and their toes are so cute. This photo was taken by Bent Tranberg.

Chameleon - I love chameleons! They are such a unique animal and their toes are so cute. This photo was taken by Bent Tranberg.

Chamaeleo pardalis, a chameleon species found in the forests of Madagascar. Chameleons can produce a wide range of colors and patterns on their skin, but they do this primarily to express mood, not to blend in with different environments.    Photo courtesy David Parks

How Animal Camouflage Works

Chamaeleo pardalis, chameleon species found in the forests of Madagascar. Chameleons can produce a wide range of colours and patterns on their skin, more to express mood than blend in the different environments - photo David Parks

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