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1 | The gorgeous Graceful Chameleon has a wide range throughout sub-Saharan and equatorial Africa. Adult females are a bit larger than males, and can reach up to about 15" in length. Their basic coloring is green, yellow or a light brown. Dark bands can appear on the body and tail, especially under stress. Small yellow to orange spots may appear on females, covering thier body, especially when receptive to breeding. Submitted courtesy David Brough. 
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Camera: Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL | Date: 09-09-05 | Resolution: 1517 x 1089 | ISO: 200 | Exposure Time: 1/59s | Aperture: 5.5 | Focal Length: 55.0mm | Flash: Flash fired
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