Chameleons are a group of over one hundred lizard species living in Madagascar, Africa, Asia, and Europe. They are famous for the ability to change color, first noted in the third century b.c.e. by Aristotle. In most cases, chameleons are brown, green, or yellow. Their skins can change to almost any combination of those colors, as well as to pinks, reds, blues, and purples. Chameleon species are mostly arboreal. They inhabit southern Spain, Crete, the Saudi Arabian peninsula, Sri Lanka, India, Madagascar, Pakistan, and most of Africa. North American colorchanging lizards, particularly anoles, arewrongly called chameleons.
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