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Chameleon bones glow fluorescent

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Chameleons don’t just change the color of their skin. Scientists have discovered their bones can glow fluorescent under ultraviolet light, creating intricate luminous patterns.

The ability, it turns out, is widespread among chameleons from Madagascar and other parts of Africa. But, this is the first time researchers have reported the impressive phenomenon. Their results were published in Nature Scientific Reports.



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