Schleich 42324 Chameleon in Reeds.
The tongue of a chameleon is twice as long as its body. The chameleon catches insects by projecting it out of its mouth like a whip. The prey then sticks to it. Thanks to their practical prehensile tails, chameleons can climb really well and hold on to slender branches or reeds. In the process, they often move with a halting or jerky gait. This thus makes them look like a leaf in the wind, both to their enemies as well as their prey.
Introduced: 2017. Retired: 2019.