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Chameleon fact from a chameleon girl: chameleon's eyes can actually move independantly of one another, meaning, the chameleon can move one eye wherever he wants without it effecting the other eye.

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Animal eyes quiz: Can you work out which creatures these are from their eyes? - Telegraph

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25 of the most amazing (and colorful) animal eyes i've ever seen

the bright rainbow eye of this reptile is so cool as it makes it stand out from anyother close up

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from Telegraph.co.uk

Animal pictures of the week: 18 November 2011

New Caledonian Crested Gecko licking its eye An equally easy answer is it's because some species of gecko (again, like the crested gecko) don't have eyelids. Therefore, they use their tongues and saliva to keep their eyes moist and clean.

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A gecko licks the morning dew off its eyeballs. This gecko is found on coastal sand dunes in Namibia. Photo by Isak Pretorius

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from Mail Online

Cutest gecko ever drinks water from its OWN eyes to survive in baking Namibian desert

Cutest gecko ever drinks water from its OWN eyes to survive in baking Namibian Desert : Mail Online

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I don't quite know what type of animal this is, but I think it's a reptile of some kind!

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from BBC Nature

Tiny lizards found in Madagascar

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