A flap necked chameleon shedding its skin, Malamala Game Reserve, South Africa. Chameleons shed their skin at semi regular intervals throughout their lives, a process which is necessary as they grow. It’s a rare sight to see though as they generally remain hidden during this vulnerable period. This individual must have been disturbed and was making its way across an open area to reach cover elsewhere.

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