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A short by Spanish animator Marc Briones and Alan Carabantes featuring a lovelorn but luckless chameleon who attempts to impress his crush on the subway.


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Now you continue to see them.

Some of the two dozen outrageously cute baby Veiled Chameleons recently hatched at Taronga Zoo in Sydney, Australia.


The smallest known chameleon species – Brookesia micra – recently discovered on a tiny island off Madagascar by a team of researchers led by Frank Glaw.

Glaw, who has been going to Madagascar to research its ever-expanding list of amphibians and reptiles for a quarter century, said that B. micra may represent the limit of miniaturization possible for a vertebrate with complex eyes, but said it’s impossible to know for sure since each time scientists have proclaimed the discovery of the tiniest one yet, another, tinier species appears.

“Maybe there’s a potential for a smaller species,” Glaw said.

Ah now, come on, Frank…



Contrary to popular belief, chameleons don’t do this. Their colour-changing abilities are nowhere near this impressive.

Nice edit, though.