Namaqua Chameleon
According to photographer, Yathin S. Krishnappa, this is a Namaqua chameleon in threat display in the Namib desert in Namibia. 
The chameleon was in the middle of a highway and was approached to be moved off the road. The chameleon then changed its color to black.

Namaqua Chameleon

According to photographer, Yathin S. Krishnappa, this is a Namaqua chameleon in threat display in the Namib desert in Namibia.

The chameleon was in the middle of a highway and was approached to be moved off the road. The chameleon then changed its color to black.

Discovered: The mini-meleon that is one of the smallest reptiles on the planet
By WIL LONGBOTTOM


His species is renowned for its ability to blend in, but this tiny critter is even better than most as the world’s smallest chameleon.
Balanced on the tip of a scientist’s fingernail in Madagascar, the-three centimetre reptile is no bigger than the flies that form his average-sized cousin’s lunch.
Scientists discovered four new species - called Brookesia micra - on a small islet just off the main island.
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2101040/Discovered-The-mini-meleon-smallest-reptiles-planet.html#ixzz1mYESUy6k

Discovered: The mini-meleon that is one of the smallest reptiles on the planet

By WIL LONGBOTTOM

His species is renowned for its ability to blend in, but this tiny critter is even better than most as the world’s smallest chameleon.

Balanced on the tip of a scientist’s fingernail in Madagascar, the-three centimetre reptile is no bigger than the flies that form his average-sized cousin’s lunch.

Scientists discovered four new species - called Brookesia micra - on a small islet just off the main island.



Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2101040/Discovered-The-mini-meleon-smallest-reptiles-planet.html#ixzz1mYESUy6k