MIMICRY? NO, I’M IN A BAD MOOD

Yemen or Veiled Chameleon (Chamaeleo calyptratus, Duméril and Bibron 1851) Some species of chameleons, but not all, can change the colour of their skin. The principal reason to the change of tone is not the camouflage (mimicry) but the manifestation of certain physical or physiological, or emotional states such as…

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A “REAL” DANCER

White Wagtail (Motacilla alba alba, Linnaeus 1758) The White Wagtail is present almost everywhere in Europe. It is a small bird, with slender and elegant shape, long on average 18 cm and weights 23 grams. It has thin paws and a long and slender tail; the livery is grey but with…

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