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Klyde O'Scope

Chameleon Enthusiast
Nice reds! Their tiny little brains are incredibly smart (or adapted). To be able to see independently and make sense of 2 completely different images and orient themselves; to shoot that tongue out and nail a bug with precision accuracy—every time; learn & know their turf; be able to figure out how to get from point A to point B (I can hear the wheels turning as I see him sizing up a situation)...

All that and so much more in a brain the size of a pea (or smaller)! It blows me away. o_O
 

RescueMom

Avid Member
Nice reds! Their tiny little brains are incredibly smart (or adapted). To be able to see independently and make sense of 2 completely different images and orient themselves; to shoot that tongue out and nail a bug with precision accuracy—every time; learn & know their turf; be able to figure out how to get from point A to point B (I can hear the wheels turning as I see him sizing up a situation)...

All that and so much more in a brain the size of a pea (or smaller)! It blows me away. o_O
Those reds were my little Waldos legs 😢

But for sure! Just thinking about all of that makes my brain hurt 🤯

I can hardly walk and chew gum at the same time these days 😖
 
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