World’s smallest chameleons in Madagascar

Feb 28, 2012
The Reptile Report
by Robyn

The Reptile Report - Researchers have recently discovered four new chameleon species. The four are said to be among the world’s tiniest reptiles, with adults males of the smallest species measuring at just over one inch long.

The new species have been identified as belonging to the genus Brookesia, also known as the “Leaf Chameleons,” which live in remote rainforests in northern Madagascar.

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