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A photographic guide to the Chameleon of South Africa.

A photographic guide to the Chameleon of South Africa.

Postby Fooble » Mon Feb 12, 2018 8:28 pm

Finally after tens of thousands of kilometres trekking across Southern Africa, more than 5 years, hours of research, countless emails, terrible weather (one snowed in weekend), endless battery charges and 100's of failed photographs.

I've finally tracked down and photographed all of the formally described species of chameleons in Southern Africa. The entire story is now live and you can read it below!

Please read my journey of discovery here:
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Re: A photographic guide to the Chameleon of South Africa.

Postby froot » Mon Apr 23, 2018 6:03 pm

Amazing work Fooble, really inspiring. We have a family of Knysna dwarfs resident in our garden in George and are really enjoying them.
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