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Australia-Nature-Zoo-Chameleon Featured Jacksons Chameleon Print

Australia-Nature-Zoo-Chameleon

A three-week old Jackson's Chameleon (L) climbs off a male's horn at Taronga Zoo in Sydney, 23 September 2002. For the first time ever, the zoo has successfully bred 22 of the remarkable tree-dwelling reptiles, which are now only four cms long and not yet able to transform their colourings like adults. AFP PHOTO/Greg WOOD / AFP PHOTO / GREG WOOD

© Agence France-Presse (AFP) - All Rights Reserved

Chamaeleo jacksonii, Jacksons chameleon Featured Jacksons Chameleon Print

Chamaeleo jacksonii, Jacksons chameleon

Jackson's chameleon specimen in spirit jar held in the Darwin Centre at the Natural History Museum, London. This image is on display in the link corridor from the Life Galleries to the Darwin Centre

© Mary Evans Picture Library 2015 - https://copyrighthub.org/s0/hub1/creation/maryevans/MaryEvansPictureID/10711949

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Side view of a yellow-green to dark green Jacksons Chameleon on a branch. The turret eyes of this male can move and operate independently, and the long prehensile tail gives extra grip Featured Jacksons Chameleon Print

Side view of a yellow-green to dark green Jacksons Chameleon on a branch. The turret eyes of this male can move and operate independently, and the long prehensile tail gives extra grip

Side view of a yellow-green to dark green Jackson's Chameleon on a branch. The turret eyes of this male can move and operate independently, and the long prehensile tail gives extra grip

© Dorling Kindersley/UIG

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