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Hue knew? The other reason chameleons change colour

While many chameleons are shades of brown and green, which allow them to blend in with their environment naturally, they are best known for their ability to change colour.

Yet despite the common belief that this trait is exclusively for self-protection, as we learn from Patrick Campbell, Senior Curator of Reptiles at London’s Natural History Museum, the reasons are actually rooted more in communication than to ward off potential predators.

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