I guesses an odd version of Kangaroo first, though I doubt that’s correct.
Eitherway, I tend to think of it as one of the various oddities of Australia that can’t be found anywhere else.
Edit: Wait, where was it mentioned, that the thing on that image lives in India? I didn’t see any hint like that…
I personally didn’t expect a Chameleon to be unfamiliar, but there indeed is no reason to “loose all faith in humanity” because of something as mundane as that.
- educational gap filled
- thread’s main question answered
- time to close? - Or shall we keep it as a kind of “guess the animal” thread? Heh…
By the way, Chameleons aren’t THAT far spread. They mainly live in warmer areas.
In fact, they mainly can be found in Africa and small parts of SouthEurope and -Asia
Variations of Samalanders have a wider-spread habitat
I guess, they are overally more well-known than Chameleons…