The Week in Animal News: Super-Tiny Chameleon, Mozilla Adopts Baby Firefoxes, and More

Emma Grady

Emma Grady
Science / Natural Sciences
December 10, 2010

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Believe it or not, this lizard is actually a full-grown adult, measuring about an inch in length -- making it one of the smallest reptiles on the planet.

Find more on this little critter and the arrest of a smuggler of thousands of endangered spiders, videos of jaguar fishing, lion cubs swimming, and more in The Week in Animal News.

Spotted! A Super-Tiny Chameleon

In nature, some of the most incredible species come in the tinniest packages. While traveling in Madagascar recently, wildlife photographer Will Burrard-Lucas happened upon this teensy-weensy Brookesia Chameleon walking along the forest floor.

Read the full story: Super-Tiny Chameleon Photographed in Madagascar

Photo: Will Burrard-Lucas