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Continent: Africa
Distribution: Tanzania (Uluguru Mts., Uzungwe Mts.)  
Type locality: Mkoya in Ukami, Uluguru Mts., Tanzania
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Sharp-nosed Chameleon

The sharp-nosed chameleon (Kinyongia oxyrhina) is a chameleon native to the Uluguru and Uzungwe Mountains of Tanzania.[1] Its length averages 16 cm (6.5 in). Females are smaller than males, and have smaller helmet protrusions. They are usually coloured white, gray, brown and ochre. Males have bluish horns.[citation needed]

The sharp-nosed chameleon was scientifically described in 1988.[2]

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Sharp-nosed Chameleon

The Sharp-nosed Chameleon (Kinyongia oxyrhina) is a chameleon native to the Uluguru and Uzungwe Mountains of Tanzania. Its length averages 16 cm (6.5 in). Females are smaller than males, and have smaller helmet protrusions. They are usually coloured white, gray, brown and ochre. Males have bluish horns.

The sharp-nosed chameleon was discovered in 1988.


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