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chameleon sticking out tongue to catch locust : Stock Photo
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

Chameleon sticking out tongue to catch locust

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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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Stone
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