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STEM Tuesday: Chameleons

 It’s a myth that chameleons change colors to match their surrounding?  Really?  I always thought that.  The September issue of National Geographic tells me otherwise.  Instead, Here’s  more unbelievable facts about chameleons: They have tongues far longer than their bodies. They have telescopic vision eyes that swivel independently. They have horns sprouting from brow and snout. They have feet with toes fused into mitten-ilk pincers. They have knobby nasal ornaments. They have a skin flap circling the neck like a lace ruff. That kind of awesomeness helps me understand why it can be difficult to believe these creatures are a product…

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