A chameleon of uncommon species was present in a home in West Bengal’s Jhargram district on Saturday, Forest Division officers mentioned.
The reptile, which was noticed in the home of a college instructor in Sankrail village, was seen altering colors ceaselessly, they mentioned.
The varsity instructor, Jhareswar Pradhan, noticed the chameleon on the wall of his home and knowledgeable the neighbours.
Whereas they had been busy netting the animal with out hurting it, personnel of the Forest Division arrived on the spot and took it away, locals mentioned.
The division was ascertaining to which of the 202 species of distinctive class of Previous World lizards the chameleon belonged, officers mentioned.