This color-changing lizard still lives.

People thought this Mad-a-gas-car chameleon [keh-mee-lyan] went extinct 100 years ago. Surprise! They were wrong.

Scientists found more than one. They were female. No one had ever seen females before.

Read More: Madagascar has many animals found nowhere else on Earth. The Voeltzkow’s chameleon is one. It was last seen more than 100 years ago. But none could be found after that. Until 2018. Zoologists found several. These color-changing lizards hatch from eggs, grow quickly, mate, and die all in a few months. Males are bright green. Females are a striped, speckled mix of purple, white, black, orange, red, and green! Exodus 15:11 asks, “Who is like you, O Lord, majestic in holiness, awesome in glorious deeds, doing wonders?”