Knysna dwarf chameleon

Knysna dwarf chameleon

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Caption: Knysna dwarf chameleon (Bradypodion damaranum) walking along a twig. This reptile, which grows to a length of around 15 centimetres, is one of the most colourful of all chameleons. It is able to change its skin colour according to its emotional state and environmental factors such as temperature. It has a prehensile tail which helps it to climb safely and it is one of the few ovoviviparous chameleons, bearing live young. It is found only in the southern Cape of South Africa. Photographed in the Wilderness National Park, South Africa.

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