Rosette-Nosed Chameleon (Rhampholeon spinosus) is a small East African species, found in virgin forest and woodland of both the eastern and western Usambara Mountains. It is predominantly ash-grey in colouration, with a distinctive rosette-like nasal appendage.
chameleons. in African myth, the chameleon was chosen by the creator to deliver the message to the people: "You will live forever." But it took so long, and chameleons walk so slowly, that other animals passed the message along sloppily, so that the people instead heard: "you will die forever."