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Dec302013

Volunteer photo of the week: Scott Johnson 

Scott Johnson took this photo when he was on the Madagascar Wildlife Conservation Adventure project. This photo captures an up-close and personal frame of a Chameleon going about his day-to-day business! It's not often you get see this coulorful creature from such an interesting angle.
 
Image courtesy of Scott Johnson, Madagascar Wildlife Conservation Adventure. 

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