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|Brookesia superciliaris is a dwarf chameleon from the masoala rainforest, northeastern Madagascar. It is 8cm long, well chamoflaged, diurnal and spends most of its time on the forest floor until dusk when it retreats up stems of small plants to avoid ground dwelling nocturnal predetors such as tenrecs (similar to hedgehogs).|
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Very good sharpness on this pic, It is necessary to be an observer to track down these animals!
Nice compo and background
Thank you for sharing
Well composed and exposed
Fine sharpness and details
Good POV and DOF