These newly hatched baby chameleons at Sydney's Taronga Zoo are so teen tiny that they can easily fit on pencil or fingertip. Only 5cm long veiled chameleons are incredibly cute and already winning the world over. Taronga welcomed this gang of more than 20 baby chameleons which are native to Saudi Arabia and Yemen and they are also the first born at the zoo in a period of more than five years.
Reptile supervisor, Michael McFadden said, “Veiled chameleons are a visually amazing species that we're fortunate to have at Taronga. While they're not endangered, they do play an important educational role in helping us to get people excited about reptiles and reptile conservation."