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Makes sense but how come they dont act crazy towards seeing us humans and other objects?
Only guessing here but I think it most likely due to eye contact. Both species see something in the other. I know I've seen it many times with marine mammals and the larger, smarter fish when diving. Grouper and wolf fish literally look into your eyes when checking you out.

Other objects usually don't get thrust into their faces like cameras do.


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Yeah, like anything it's what they're used to and comfortable with. If you brought any "foreign" object near him/her she'd be spooked. Sometimes you have to really try hard to think like a chameleon and not a human, haha.
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