WORLD'S SMALLEST CHAMELEON
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What is the world's smallest chameleon?
There are few things cooler than a
chameleon. Really, they can blend in with their surroundings and they can whip
their tongues in and out before a human eye can ever even see it. What’s cooler
than that? The world’s smallest chameleon!
The smallest species of chameleons are the
Brookesia Minima and they only grow to about ½” long (or 1.2 centimeters – yup,
they’re still small in metric!) The Brookesia Minima live on the floor of the
rainforest in Nosy Be Island, which is located just off of Madagascar. So just
what is the smallest Brookesia Minima? Well, we don’t actually know. But this
one shown here sure is pretty tiny!
The Brookesia Minima