Rare chameleon on video

This video says about itself:

A bull elephant in the Okavango Delta feeds on grass and creepers in the afternoon light.

In Thailand’s Thong Pha Phum National Park, an interloper is quickly devoured by a colony of ants.

Lastly, we travel to Lesotho’s Sani Pass region where a rare emerald dwarf chameleon uses its sticky tongue to catch an unsuspecting fly.

From The Sticky Tongue blog:

The chameleon you see in this video is called the Emerald Dwarf Chameleon and, to our knowledge, has never been filmed before. This cold blooded reptile is happily living at an altitude of over 2500 meters.

Conservationists from the Durrell Institute of Conservation and Ecology (DICE) at the University of Kent have discovered a new population of Madagascar’s Belalanda chameleon: here.

Sequential Fragmentation of Pleistocene Forests in an East Africa Biodiversity Hotspot: Chameleons as a Model to Track Forest History: here.

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  1. Pingback: Smallest chameleons have fastest tongues, new research | Dear Kitty. Some blog

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