Indonesia: chameleon style new snake species


Kapuas mud snake, IndonesiaOn Borneo island in Indonesia, a new snake species was discovered recently, the Kapuas mud snake, Enhydris gyii.

Special in this snake species is its ability to change the colour of its body, somewhat like a chameleon.

See also here.

The two-horned chameleons of East Africa: here.

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