Zoologists Discover World’s Smallest Nano-Chameleon; Just 13.5mm Long
Researchers have discovered a new species of chameleon in Africa, touted as the world's smallest reptile. Scientists said the 13.5mm long male chameleon was the smallest male from the 11,500 known non-avian reptiles. Naming the species as 'Brookesia nana', researchers found the female a bit longer. Finding only two such reptiles, the researchers led by Bavarian State Collection of Zoology concluded that the smallest nano-chameleons had largest genitals.