A male Knysna dwarf chameleon (Bradypodion damaranum) looks just… green to the human eye, but very different to a chameleon. The bright colors may have evolved as social signs of dominance rather than as camouflage to avoid predation.
photo by Moussalli and Stuart-Fox, PLoS ONE
(via: The Scientist)
*wakes up at noon*
*checks social media sites*
*goes back to sleep*
This is the cutest thing I’ve ever seen
UGH I WANT A GREEN TREE PYTHON SO SO SO BAD
FROG CHILD AND SNAKE CHILD
Otis REALLY enjoys his post-bath dry-off.
TROLL DOODLES GIVE ME YOUR TROLLS
BUT YEAH I’LL DO LIKE 10 TOTAL OKAY GIVE EM TO ME FRIENDS they’ll be like headshots or something stupid and silly and fun okay???
Omg I don’t have refs right now cus I’m on mobile but if u drew Routta I fjdjgsb