Sit back, relax and watch my amazing baby veiled chameleons (Chamaeleo calyptratus) feeding and moving about.
Their tiny brains are somehow able to keep track of their amazing vision (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chameleon_vision) (pretty sure I’d be tripping over my feet trying to work those eyes!), do rapid physics calculations to judge prey distance necessary to effectively shoot their tongues like a projectile to capture prey and work 4 limbs with grasping digits and a prehensile tail in concert while planning maze-like routes along twigs as they move about to where they want to go (in this case, they have to find a route to the food bowl!).
As they move they often rock back and forth to blend in with leaves in a breeze and avoid the attention of predators.
They magically (ok it’s science https://www.nature.com/articles/ncomms7368.pdf) change color through their active tuning of a lattice of guanine nanocrystals in their skin. AMAZING! And very relaxing and beautiful to watch.