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'Smallest reptile on earth' discovered in Madagascar
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Scientists believe they may have discovered the smallest reptile on earth - a chameleon subspecies that is the size of a seed.
Two of the tiny lizards were discovered by a German-Madagascan expedition team in Madagascar.
The male Brookesia nana, or nano-chameleon, has a body of just 13.5 mm.
This makes it the smallest of around 11,500 known species of reptiles, according to the Bavarian State collection of Zoology in Munich.
Its length from top to tail is 22mm.
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