chameleon sticking out tongue to catch locust : Stock Photo
chameleon sticking out tongue to catch locust : Stock Photo

chameleon sticking out tongue to catch locust

Credit: Gandee Vasan
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A Yemen Chameleon extends its tongue to catch a locust. Chameleons are native to Africa, Yemen and Madagascar, with long slender legs, a prehensile tail adapted for grasping, and the ability to change color within seconds to match surroundings and become invisible to predators. lizard, reptile, studio, white background, locust, tongue, stretch, sticky

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