Where is the Smallest Chameleon in the World Found?

Where is the Smallest Chameleon in the World Found?

 

Smallest ChameleonPeople know that chameleon is the animal which changes its color according to the surroundings and it escapes from the enemies. Smallest chameleon was found in the Madagascar forests recently and it was captured in the camera of Burred Lucas. This chameleon is very small and it is of the length of the nail on the human fingers. It is very difficult to recognize this chameleon and Lucas found it in the Amber Mountain Park. Lucas had captured the tiny chameleon in the camera when it was at the bottom of the tree but it did not change the colors as the big chameleon. It just acted as if it was dead. The specialty of this smallest chameleon is that its tongue is larger than its body. It will eat the insects with its tongue and this smallest chameleon is not the baby and it is the elder. This smallest chameleon is in the dry leaf color and it stays on the dry leaves only. Madagascar Forests are also the place where there are large animals also. Madagascar forests environment is the good environment for different kinds of animals to live.

Leave a Reply

*