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Illustration by Natalya Zahn



Jackson’s Chameleons

Jackson’s chameleons use their long sticky tongues to catch insects. Their long tails and fused toes help them climb in trees. Male chameleons also have three horns, which they sometimes use to defend their territory from other males (at bottom).

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