With the length of only 16 millimeters with fully extended tail this new kind of chameleon is believed to be the smallest chameleon in the world, recently discovered on the island of Madagascar.
Scientists think its small size might be because of a severe example of “island dwarfism,” where creatures shrink in size due to a lack of resources on islands.
via: National Geographic
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