Twelve chameleons have been released into the wild at the Maro-Cerro Gordo natural park by scientists from the Centre of Biodiversity Control at the Environment Department of Malaga council.

Three of the chameleons are male, three female and six are infants, part of a total of 33 specimens planned to be released in September in three separate stages in different locations. This is the first time that this species has been released into the natural park.

On Wednesday the 25th of September ten chameleons are going to be released at the Ecological Reserve at Manilva-Sabinillas and last Friday eleven were released at Monte de las Erizas and Churriana, in Malaga province.

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We saw one in Malaga in the Alcazaba Gardens.
by Pinky

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