1. Brookesia Micra Chameleon –This little guy is about the size of a human fingernail. Teeny tiny and indigenous to Madagascar. He is the smallest known reptile among most snakes and lizards. This is a relatively newly categorized species and was only discovered in 2007. Read more: http://pawsaminute.net/smallest-cutest-animals-of-the-world/#ixzz3S9HNYmGJ
The Mary River turtle, Elusor macrurus, is an endangered short-necked turtle that inhabits the Mary River in south-east Queensland, Australia. This Mary River turtle has algae growing on its head, but it doesn't seem to mind. In fact, the algae might be beneficial and provide some form of camouflage to avoid predators.