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Biology Of Chameleons, Species Of Chameleons, Chameleons And People

Chameleons are small, strange-looking lizards in the family Chamaeleonidae. There are 86 species of chameleons, in four genera. The majority of species of A chameleon catching an insect with its tongue. JLM Visuals. Reproduced by permission. chameleon are found in the tropics of Africa and Madagascar, but some species live in southern Spain, Crete, India, and Sri Lanka. Most species of chameleons spend their lives in trees and shrubs, but some occur in herbaceous, grassy vegetation, and a few can be found on the ground.

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