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Chameleon habitat ranges greatly from rain forests and mountains to savannah and deserts, but all chameleons live in warm areas. #Chameleon #AnimalFacts #ColorChangingSpecies
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While chameleons can be found in many parts of the world including southern Europe, Southeast Asia, Hawaii, California, and Florida, almost half of the world's 200 chameleon species live in Madagascar. #Chameleon #AnimalFacts #ColorChangingSpecies
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Most chameleon species are egg-layers, but some deliver live young in clear, cocoon-like sacs. #Chameleon #AnimalFacts #ColorChangingSpecies
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The English word “chameleon” is derived from the Latin word “chamaeleón” which translates as “the lion of the ground.” #Chameleon #AnimalFacts #ColorChangingSpecies
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With an adult size of up to 70 cm (27 in), the Parson’s chameleon is considered the largest chameleon species in the world. #Chameleon #AnimalFacts #ColorChangingSpecies