The Jackson’s Chameleon shares the ability to change colors to avoid detection by predators, its independently swiveling eyes, and its long, fast-moving tongue with other chameleon species. What makes the Jackson’s Chameleon different are the three horns the males use to shove other chameleons off of their tree branch territory. Try to spot them in the trees of Mt. Kenya National Park.
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