Baby Green

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  1. guyh

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    I like that a lot...
     
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    shouldn't have cut off its tail. otherwise good shot.
     
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    Awwwwwwwww! (sorry, I had to!)

    Very cute little guy
     
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    Pity about the tail, but that would probably have happened to me, too, if I had taken this photo.
    What a cutie.
    What is it? What will he grow into?
     
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    very nice.........awesome green in the little bugger.
    Is that a panther........or a veiled........or something totally different :)
    Im guessing panther chameleon though.
    Anyways, cute little animal
     
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    This is a chameleon. the latin name is "Chamaeleo Chamaeleo" if i'm not mistaken. A very common lizard in the israeli area. Should grow upto 1 foot in length but even when reaching maturity it is still a cutie!
     

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