The brown leaf chameleon or Brookesia superciliaris is a one of the smallest chameleons in the world. It can be found in eastern Madagascar. The size and appearance of this chameleon varies but mostly it has brown or beige colors. It is 3 to 8 centimeters long and has pronounced horns on his head. Like all other chameleons each eye can focus independently and they have a 360-degree arc of vision. It lives on the forest floor and its appearance mimics that of a dead leaf. We found this strange little chameleon during a night walk in the private Mitsinjo Reserve near the Andasibe-Mantadia national park.