National Geographic: How Chameleons Change Color
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New research suggests that the way chameleons change color is very different from what scientists had assumed. In this week's "Today I Learned" filmmaker and National Geographic Grantee Jason Jaacks explains that the color change is controlled by nanocrystals in a top layer of the lizards' skin.

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