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Panther chameleon (Furcifer pardalis) on a branch. Panther chameleons are indigenous to the tropical forests of Madagascar. Male panther chameleons can grow up to 50 centimetres in length and are generally much more vibrantly coloured than the females. Females are generally about half the size of males. Colouration varies with location, and the different colour patterns of panther chameleons are commonly referred to as 'locales', and named after the geographical location in which they are found. Photographed in the Montagne des Francais Reserve, Madagascar.
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