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Chameleons get brighter when they don’t have to deal with predators

An invasive species provides a cool example of natural and sexual selection in action.

chameleon on a branch with yellow body and green head, tail and legs
A male Jackson’s chameleon from Kenya. This male is using its display color, signalling its dominance to rival males or quality to a female. Credit: Photo by Martin J. Whiting.
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