Scientists discovered the smallest species of chameleon

Scientists in Madagascar and Germany have discovered a species of chameleon that may be the smallest reptile in the world. According to Frank Glove, who was part of the international team of researchers, the length of the male body of this species is just 13.5 millimeters, which is just a little over half an inch. Scientists have named it Brookesia Nana. 

This species of chameleon size one and a half millimeters smaller than most species of the E.brookacea family. The reptile expert of the Bavarian Collection of Zoology said, 'The small solar a large female chameleon was seen on the carriage by a local guide from the 2012 expedition. The caste is so small that you will have to kneel to see it. They grow very slowly.