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Chameleon Tongue Attack in Slow Motion [Earth

Chameleon Tongue Attack in Slow Motion [Earth Unplugged] #chameleon #animals #nature #slowmotion #education #science #earthunplugged #bbc

"A chameleon's tongue is as long as its body and head and can shoot out as fast as sixteen feet per second."

"A chameleon's tongue is as long as its body and head and can shoot out as fast as sixteen feet per second."

Out of all the interesting creatures that share our planet, one of the most incredible is the chameleon...

How a Chameleon Changes Color

Out of all the interesting creatures that share our planet, one of the most incredible is the chameleon...

The amazing acrobatics of a chameleon tongue revealed in slow motion

The amazing acrobatics of a chameleon tongue revealed in slow motion

Captured at frames per second, the video shows the Madagascar chameleon shooting out its tongue to almost twice its body length in little more than seconds.

CHAMELEON Chameleon's tongue striking at food photographed at the Peyrieras Reptile Reserve, Madagascar, July 2014 Animated GIF SurreyJohn - Own work

CHAMELEON Chameleon's tongue striking at food photographed at the Peyrieras Reptile Reserve, Madagascar, July 2014 Animated GIF SurreyJohn - Own work

If a chameleon tongue was a car, it could accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in 1/100th of a second—among nature's fastest, strongest performances, a new study says.

If a chameleon tongue was a car, it could accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in 1/100th of a second—among nature's fastest, strongest performances, a new study says.

JUNE 3, 2017. Easy being green  By Sabriamin M.  A chameleon peeps out from its perch. These little creatures' tongues pack quite a punch. If compared to a car, a chameleon's tongue would accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in 1/100th of a second.

JUNE 3, 2017. Easy being green By Sabriamin M. A chameleon peeps out from its perch. These little creatures' tongues pack quite a punch. If compared to a car, a chameleon's tongue would accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in 1/100th of a second.

A colourful Jackson's chameleon waits on its perch (pictured). Chameleon tongues are made up of three main parts: the sticky pad at the end' the coils of accelerator muscles which launch it, and the retractor muscles – both of which are coiled around a small horn of bone in the mouth called the hyoid

Study shows the maths of how the chameleon fires its ballistic tongue

A colourful Jackson's chameleon waits on its perch (pictured). Chameleon tongues are made up of three main parts: the sticky pad at the end' the coils of accelerator muscles which launch it, and the retractor muscles – both of which are coiled around a small horn of bone in the mouth called the hyoid

A South African chameleon species can shoot its tongue with up to 41,000 watts of power per kilogram of muscle involved, a new study finds.

Chameleon tongue power underestimated

A South African chameleon species can shoot its tongue with up to 41,000 watts of power per kilogram of muscle involved, a new study finds.