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This beautiful green veiled chameleon sums up how splendid this species can be with different shades of just one color. Chameleons are, of course, some of nature's great color changers, and the male veiled chameleon can shift from bright lime green to a duller red olive tone, depending on its emotional state and surroundings.

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The World's Most Elusive Primates - Photo Essays

Proboscis by Anup Shah via time.com: It is thought that the large nose that gives the proboscis its name is used to attract females. The nose can reach 7 in. (18 cm) in length. #Proboscis_Monkey #Kenya

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