Parson's Chameleon Calumma parsonii

Parson's Chameleon
Parson's Chameleon
Parson's Chameleon
Parson's Chameleon, the world's largest at some 70cm long, is endemic to Madagascar and, like much of the island's wildlife, much of its range has been destroyed by logging. The remaining population also suffers from collection for the pet trade.