Here is the world's smallest chameleon, the Brookesia micra, recently discovered on an island off Madagascar. These little guys are only an inch long, fully-grown.

One scientist told OurAmazingPlanet: "They are sleeping and you can just pick them up. It's like picking a strawberry, so it's easy... They do not move at all at night." But how is Brookesia micra jam?

Figure 1. Brookesia micra, from Nosy Hara, northern Madagascar, via PLoS ONE

(B) a juvenile perched on the finger of someone who very badly needs a manicure; (C) juvenile on a match, probably thinking "Woah! Hope I don't get burned!"; (D) habitat, where the chameleon would probably rather be than on top of some stinky scientist's finger.