Mystery Skull Challenge April 2008's Mystery Skull Challenge

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Mystery Skull Challenge
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The mystery skull is the Fischer's Chameleon

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Answer: The Fischer’s Chameleon (Kinyongia fischeri) is native to the mountains of Kenya and Tanzania, particularly the Usamabara Mountains region. They are an arboreal species with a remarkable horn adaptation on their rostrums. Though both male and female have the horns, the males’ is far larger and more ornate. These are a true example of the magnificence of nature!



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