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Baby chameleons. I had two this size. Their names were Cross Stitch and Quilter. Lol. I found them to be kind of hard to raise.

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Chameleons!!!!!!! "Boy George" Fans, Everyone!!!!!!!!!! :D x

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from BBC Nature

Tiny lizards found in Madagascar

The tiniest species of geckos found in Madagascar. Now that's small!

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from Mail Online

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

Web-footed Gecko. Very extraordinary colour and use of adorable.

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Cadgwith Cove, Cornwall, England is one of those Cornish fishing villages that time seems to have passed by. The beach is still very much the centre of the village with a small fleet of crabbing boats winched up on the beach in front of the boat houses. Gorgeous <3

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from Telegraph.co.uk

Animal pictures of the week: 17th April 2015

Russell's viper snake, Sri Lanka This Russell's viper snake takes advantage of the rain in Sri Lanka. Picture: Rex.

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Maybe a Komondor? I am not sure. There is amazingly keen people ( and animals, of course) in this Planet.

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from Mail Online

Scientists unveil 20 new species ...but with a blue scorpion, and a tarantula the size of a hand, couldn't we have got by without knowing?

From Madagascar, the satanic leaf tailed gecko with flying fox wings - it looks like a baby dragon!

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from Telegraph.co.uk

Animal photos of the week: 26 July 2013

A tree frog in Jember, Indonesia, shelters from the rain under a leaf. The amphibian reportedly held the leaf for 30 minutes before the storm passed. Picture: PENKDIK PALME/NEWSTEAM

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from The Telegraph

Animals in the wild: wildlife around the world

Sabah, northern Borneo The region is also home to a number of species that are harder to spot and, dependent on your tastes, less cute than their larger, fur clad neighbours. A Bornean horned frog is pictured here, but you can also see worms as long as your arm, fish that jump and numerous other unusual animals. Picture: Alamy

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