Two Kinds of Chameleon

chameleon

Furcifer

Reptile
Furcifer is a genus of chameleons whose member species are mostly endemic to Madagascar, but F. cephalolepis and F. polleni are endemic to the Comoros.
Scientific name: Furcifer
Lifespan: Panther chameleon: 2 – 3 years
Higher classification: Chameleons

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Lucifer

Reptile
Lucifer is the only genus of chameleons whose member species are not mostly endemic to Madagascar, but are most often found in American politics.
Scientific name: Lucifer
Lifespan: Panther chameleon: 2 – 3 years
Higher classification: Chameleons

Like many chameleons, the Lucifer genus possesses a remarkable ability to mimic its surroundings, enabling it to blend in and be almost invisible to its prey.


It’s a jungle out there. 
Know your enemy.  

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13 responses to “Two Kinds of Chameleon

  1. William Brandon Shanley

    Loving it!

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  2. Cool,she is a cameleon!

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  3. And, just in, more from the Podesta e-mails about Hillary: “It worries me more that she doesn’t seem to know what planet we are all living in at the moment,” advisor Neera Tanden said.
    https://www.rt.com/usa/363293-wikileaks-podesta-emails-12/

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  4. Maybe we should feed her some flies!

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  5. You’re being kind, she is more of a komodo Dragon…..in a 1200 dollar suit.

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  6. Excellent post!

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  7. Love it TD, nice job on this. She definitely speaks with a forked tongue.

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  8. Reminds me of a caption I read, that referenced 50 shades of bull….

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