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Transcript of Chameleon Adaptations
Each chameleon has a basic color which usually matches its habitat. Changes in its color are subtle and change with the changes in light and shadows.
Beneath its transparent skin, the chameleon has red and yellow color cells that reflect the blue and white layers bellow them. Under these layers is yet another layer of a brown pigment. Color changes occur when the color cells become larger or smaller, regulating the amount of multicolored reflection each layer produces. Slowness Unbelievebly enough, the Cameleon's slowness actually benifits them in a way. The Cameleon only eats insects and bugs, so he can actually walk AND catch an insect at the same time- and the bug wont even know! Baby Chameleons Hatch! http://video.nationalgeographic.com/video/player/kids/animals-pets-kids/reptiles-kids/chameleon-babies-kids.html