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Super-Miniature Chameleons Found In Madagascar

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A new species of wonk-eyed chameleon (Brookesia micra) has been discovered in Madagascar, and only reaches a scant 29mm when full grown. That...seems pretty small. The guy in the picture though? He looks kinda big. "You do realize that's just a match and not a tiki torch, right?" *brain explodes sending penises flying*

Tiny lizards found in Madagascar [bbc]

Thanks to Rev Dr Dom, who isn't a real reverend or doctor but whom I still solicit for spiritual and medical advice.

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  • Just one question, how does somebody actually manage to FIND one?

  • VelvetRingpiece

    I believe it's penii.

  • $18922249

    I bet that they are delicious. 

  • Daaaawww!

  • Slurm_Cola

    OH GOD QUICK STRIKE THE MATCH BEFORE IT CRAWLS UP THE STICK

  • n_a_a_s

     Generally I dont go out of my way to point out the obvious but I think it's important that you know thegodamnmatchhasalreadybeenlit

  • Interesting point. An interesting, incorrect point.

  • Slurm_Cola

    LOL someone needs to play with matches more often ^^

  • $18922249

    Actually...

  • n_a_a_s

    The match has already been struck, it's clearly visible in that picture because you can see the tiny char bubbles from the phosphorus sulfate already being burnt.  Obviously the stick isn't burnt because the matchstick was held upright when it was burning and it was blown out shortly after being lit, so I can see how it'd confuse some of you

  • CannibAllStar

    umm nope

  • Sooooooooooo cute!

  • Guest

    Mother Nature sure loves making teeny-tiny critters.

  • I want these things to be everywhere. Imagine having tons of chameleons changing colors and being awesome in a pet store.

  • n_a_a_s

    These are everywhere if you live in Florida, only difference is they're called geckos

  • flyingmonkey456

    And they're a completely different species...

  • n_a_a_s

    Out here there are normal sized chameleons owned by people with GIANT MATCHES

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