Ocelot

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Ocelots are known for their beautiful coats. They have a short fur that is marked with both black spots and rosettes. The base color ranges from tawny to reddish brown. Their undersides tend to be lighter or white in color.

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Panther chameleon

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While the familiar Green anole, often seen in local gardens, may be called the “American Chameleon”, it is actually related to iguanas and basilisks. True chameleons are an entirely Old World family. Of the 160 or so species, about half are native to Madagascar. While difficult to maintain, with proper care the Panther chameleon, from Madagascar’s tropical forests, does well in captivity. Its especially brilliant and variable colors make it popular with reptile breeders and zoos. Males can grow to 20 inches in length.

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