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Jackson Chameleon (Chamaeleo jacksonii) Originally from east Africa, Jackson Chameleons now thrive in the wild on several of the Hawaiian islands. In 1972 several were introduced into the wild and the climate very much agreed with them. They now infest at least five islands and are considered a threat to native insects.

Jackson Chameleon (Chamaeleo jacksonii) Originally from east Africa, Jackson Chameleons now thrive in the wild on several of the Hawaiian islands. In 1972 several were introduced into the wild and the climate very much agreed with them. They now infest at least five islands and are considered a threat to native insects.

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Copyright Paul Bratescu
Date: 14 May 2008

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