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Scientists say they have what could the smallest reptile in the world. It a kind of chameleon and is the size of a sunflower seed. Chameleons usually around 35-40cm long. Scientists two of the tiny lizards - a male and a female - in the mountains in northern Madagascar. They are just 22mm long from nose to tail. The length of the male's body is 13.5mm. At first, the scientists the tiny reptiles were juveniles, but later they were fully-grown adults. The scientists the miniature creatures nano-chameleons. The scientists to find more of the nano-chameleons, but "despite great effort" could not any others.

Madagascar is home to two-thirds of the world's chameleon species. Scientists they may have there. However, the chameleon's survival threatened by deforestation on the island. One of the scientists the nano-chameleons are lucky to survive. He said: "The nano-chameleon's habitat has unfortunately subject to deforestation, but the area was under protection recently, so the species will ." A study published by the journal "Nature Climate Change" that nearly all of Madagascar's eastern rainforest could by 2070 if deforestation and climate change does not slow down. This would many of the island's unique species in danger.

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