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Tug of war between survival and reproductive fitness: how chameleons become brighter without predators around

  • Written by Martin Whiting, Professor of Animal Behaviour, Macquarie University
Tug of war between survival and reproductive fitness: how chameleons become brighter without predators aroundMartin Whiting, Author provided

Invasive species offer a rare research opportunity, as they often colonise new environments very different to their native habitat. One such species is the Jackson’s three-horned chameleon (Triocerus j. xantholophus), which was accidentally introduced to the Hawaiian Islands in the 1970s.

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