Zoologger: Itsy bitsy teeny weeny chameleons
A team of German and American researchers have discovered four new species of tiny chameleons on the island of Nosy Hara, just off the northern coast of Madagascar, which considered one of the smallest reptiles known to man. Some are so small they can balance on the tip of a match. The four new species [...]Smallest chameleon, just ONE inch in size, discovered in Madagascar is a post from ZME Science. © ZME Science - All Rights Reserved. Thank you for being a subscriber, Download your very own FREE copy of our recently released e-book "Our Incredible World, Like You've Never Seen It Before".
They've got independently rotating eyes, a curiously curly tail, and strangely depressing names. Meet some of the world's tiniest – and cutest – chameleons
Thu 16 Feb 12 from Newscientist
Itsy bitsy teeny weeny chameleons, Wed 15 Feb 12 from Newscientist
A newly discovered dwarf chameleon is among the smallest lizards in the world, with the diminutive males reaching a total length of less than 24 mm. Read more
Wed 15 Feb 12 from Nature News Blogs
Four new species of miniaturized lizards have been identified in Madagascar. These lizards, just tens of millimeters from head to tail and in some cases small enough to stand on the head of ...
Wed 15 Feb 12 from Phys.org
One of the world's tiniest lizards has been discovered by keen-eyed researchers in Madagascar.
Wed 15 Feb 12 from BBC News
Researchers have recently discovered four new chameleon species, which rank among the world's tiniest reptiles. Adults of the smallest species are just over an inch from snout to tail.
Tue 14 Feb 12 from Wired Science
A team of German and American researchers have discovered four new species of tiny chameleons on the island of Nosy Hara, just off the northern coast of Madagascar, which considered one of the ...
Mon 20 Feb 12 from ZME Science
BERLIN (Reuters) - Scientists say they have discovered a species of chameleon so small it can balance on the tip of a match.
Thu 16 Feb 12 from Reuters
Four new chameleon species found in Madagascar--some tiny enough to fit on a match tip--are among the smallest known reptiles.
Wed 15 Feb 12 from National Geographic
Four new tiny chameleons found on an island off Madagascar measure just tens of millimeters from head to tail.
Wed 15 Feb 12 from Discovery.com