Nature and Biodiversity

This newly discovered chameleon is the smallest reptile on earth

 Image of the 'Brookesia nana' or 'Nano-chameleon' sitting on the end of a matchstick

An expedition team has discovered the world's smallest reptile in northern Madagascar. Image: REUTERS/Zoologische Staatssammlung Muenchen/Joern Koehler

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Image of the nano-chameleon on the fingernail of a researchers hand in Madagascar
The body of a male nano-chameleon is just 13.5mm long. Image: REUTERS/Zoologische Staatssammlung Muenchen/Frank Glaw
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