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A macro image of the back of a beetle. Chrysolina americana also known as a Rosemary Beetle. The rosemary beetle devours the leaves of rosemary, lavender, thyme, sage and some other related plants. It is 8mm long.

color ref A macro image of the back of a beetle. Chrysolina americana also known as a Rosemary Beetle. The rosemary beetle devours the leaves of rosemary, lavender, thyme, sage and some other related plants.

˚Giant Green Anole, Anolis frenatus

Giant Green Anole, Anolis frenatus, found in Costa Rica, Panama, and Colombia.

Juvenile Cowfish   (National Geographics Photography)

Juvenile Cowfish A photographer's strobe gives a violet sheen to this translucent juvenile roundbelly cowfish off the coast of Kona, Hawaii. Also known as the transparent boxfish, the roundbelly cowfish has two short horns in front of its eyes.

Satanic Leaf Tailed Gecko  http://www.environmentalgraffiti.com/news-20-years-rapid-assessment-programs-species-findings?image=1

Satanic Leaf-tailed Gecko ~ Uroplatus phantasticus ~ The smallest of 12 species of bizarre-looking leaf-tailed geckos. The nocturnal creature has extremely cryptic camouflage so it can hide out in the forests of Madagascar.

"When a chameleon is cold, the red and yellow cells shrink and the brown/black ones expand, therefore the skin changes into a dark color which absorbs more energy from the light. When it 's interested in mating or defending its territory, the chameleon produces bright colors. The meaning of a color or pattern of color varies with the species of chameleon.    And contrary to popular belief, a chameleon does not change its color in order to match the background and blend in."

"has anybody seen, a lizard in a tin; a tiny little thing, that you keep a lizard in? has anybody seen or heard a scratchy sound; a tiny little lizard, going round and round?

Panther Chameleon

The panther chameleon (Furcifer pardalis) is a species of chameleon found in the eastern and northern parts of Madagascar in a tropical forest biome. Additionally, it has been introduced to Réunion and Mauritius.

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