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Chameleons are tree-dwelling lizards known for their ability to change body color. Most are 7–10 inches long and have big, bulgy eyes. Chameleons can turn various shades of green, yellow, cream, or dark brown, sometimes with spots. It is a common misconception that they change color to match the background. However, they really change because of light, temperature, or a change in emotion. Which of the following best summarizes the paragraph?
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Mizuki
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The choices Chameleons can turn various shades of green, yellow, cream, or dark brown. Chameleons are tree-dwelling lizards known for their ability to change color. Chameleons change color because of light, temperature, or a change in emotion. Most are 7–10 inches long and have big, bulgy eyes.
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The third one because it summarizes the main subject; why they change color

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I agree
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