How does one identify a chameleon in How to Tell Wild Animals?

How does one identify a chameleon in How to Tell Wild Animals?

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  1. In the poem How to Tell Wild Animals, the poet says that a chameleon is a lizard-like reptile. However both are different as it does not have ears and wings like lizards. And the most important thing that makes it different from lizard is that it can change its colour and thus becomes invisible.

    If we find nothing on the branch of a tree, then there will be a chameleon because it has changed its colour.

    Read summary of this poem.

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