Who’s he looking at? This goggle-eyed chameleon resembles an uncanny likeness to the late British actor and comedian, Marty Feldman. Photographed by wildlife photographer David Weiller, this Marojejy leaf chameleon (Brookesia griveaudi), sits patiently on a branch in Marojejy National Park, Madagascar, the only place on earth it can be found. The eyes of the chameleon provide 360 degree vision due to unique eye anatomy and an ability to transition between monocular and binocular vision. This larger leaf chameleon has a maximum length of 11cm long and lives in the foliage and low branching’s of it’s habitat.