Chameleon-San © 2010 Konstantin Volke. All rights reserved.

Chameleon-San

Taken in Tokyo, Japan.

This Chameleon is for sale in Sacco’s favourite reptile shop. She goes there every second week to buy crickets for her – well – reptiles.

The owner is a really nice guy and sometimes I go there alone and also practise my rudimental Japanese a bit. This time I brought my camera along and took a picture of this newly arrived animal. He also allowed me to hold it in my hands from where it crept along my arms and shoulder towards my neck. A quite tickleing experience.

By the way: The suffix san means Mr. or Mrs. in Japanese. So the title would mean something like Mr./Mrs. Chameleon.

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