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Would a blind chameleon be able to camouflage itself?

It's a common myth that chameleons change skin colour to match their surroundings. Most chameleons skin have similar colours to their surroundings - they look like branches or leaves and has nothing to do with their vision. They only adjust how bright or dark their skin appears, based on the amount of light. Their natural camouflage is their only defence against predators.

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