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Chameleons

What Do Jackson's Chameleon Eat?

What Do Jackson's Chameleon Eat?

The Jackon's Chameleon is native to woodland and forested areas of South Central Kenya and Northern Tanzania. The males are easily identified by the three horn-like appendages protruding from their face that makes them unique from any other species of...

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How to Care for Your Veiled Chameleon

How to Care for Your Veiled Chameleon

Description Veiled Chameleons (Chamaeleo calyptratus) are large (18-24”), diurnal, arboreal reptiles native to Yemen and the Middle East. They generally prefer a well-ventilated, humid habitat. Veiled Chameleons are pale green when they hatch but develop stripes and spots with a...

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What Can My Veiled Chameleon Eat?

What Can My Veiled Chameleon Eat?

Veiled chameleons are a favorite amongst reptile lovers; they have a particularly interesting character and unusual appearance; however, they can be difficult for beginners because of their advanced care level. Usually, when one thinks of a classic chameleon, the veiled cham is the...

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What Can My Panther Chameleon Eat?

What Can My Panther Chameleon Eat?

Your panther chameleon is an insectivore, the choice of insects that your chameleon eats is decided by what their owner decides to offer since they are opportunist hunters in the wild they will decide what to eat by what is...

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How to Care for Your Panther Chameleon

How to Care for Your Panther Chameleon

Description Panther Chameleons (Furcifer paradalis) are moderate sized (12-18”, females are smaller), diurnal, arboreal geckos native to Madagascar. They generally prefer a well-ventilated, humid habitat. Adult Panther Chameleons come in a wide variety of colors and patterns that make them...

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How to Care for Your Jackson's Chameleon

How to Care for Your Jackson's Chameleon

Description Jackson’s Chameleons (Trioceros jacksonii) are moderate-sized (10-14”, females are smaller), diurnal, arboreal reptiles native to the mountains of East Africa. There are several subspecies, the most common in the reptile trade being Trioceros jacksonii xantholophus. They generally prefer a...

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