Are chameleons endangered?
Yes many chameleons are endangered because it has lots of predators.
There are over 180 different species of chameleon, but luckily there are few that are in immediate danger of becoming extinct.
No, not all chameleons are endangered. Only four different species of chameleons are considered endangered.
they aren't endangered they are rare
you spelled endangered wrong
Yes some species such as the Parsons Chameleon are endangered.
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Fl Chams breeds and sells chameleons to anywhere in America. They sell and breed Panther Chameleons, Veiled Chameleons, Premium Veiled Chameleons, Translucent Veiled Chameleons, Jacksons Chameleons, Pygmy Chameleons, Carpet Chameleons, Other Chameleon Species. I know about them but I checked their site many times and they had wc only when available
chameleons eat insects,and chameleons are insectivores
Snakes are chameleons main predator because chameleons are defenseless.
yes chameleons are carnivorous but they will only eat other chameleons to survive
are chameleons territorial
Chameleons are NOT nocturnal.
Reptiles is a classification, whereas Chameleons are a species. Chameleons are a species of reptile.
most of the chameleons live in the canopy Chameleons live below the canopy because that's where their prey is abundant. More Arid chameleons such as the Veiled Chameleons use medium trees as a home.
Chameleons are solitary animals only coming together to mate.
chameleons lay eggs.
The chameleons predators are snakes
The Chameleons was created in 1981.
Chameleons are reptiles. all reptiles are cold blooded. so chameleons are cold blooded..
Chameleons happen to be reptiles, not amphibians.
No. Chameleons eat bugs which are not vegetarian.
Some lemurs can eat chameleons.
the chameleons live in a forest
Chameleons do live in Brazil.
I have a number of different species - including panther chameleons, horned chameleons, Jackson's chameleon and 'common' chameleons.
According to www.animals.jrank.org, "The larger chameleons eat birds, smaller chameleons, lizards, and sometimes snakes."
Chameleons are very poor swimmers. While chameleons have the ability to swim they do not typically choose to go swimming.
No chameleons are not illegal in California. There are hundreds of reptile shows throughout the state and almost all sell chameleons. Probably your most common would be the Jackson's and Veiled Chameleons
Chameleons are known to live in Asia and Europe. However, most chameleons are found in Africa, as well as Madagascar.
chameleons live in tropical climates
large birds and snakes kill chameleons
It is called a dwarf chameleon.
Music for Chameleons was created in 1980.
interesting facts of chameleons
Chameleons are not becoming extinct
Not enemies exactly - however - like some reptile species, they are cannibalistic. The diet of chameleons includes other reptiles.
yes chameleons can change colors to adapt, and true chameleons can change colors due to it's mood.
Chameleons, like most reptiles, don't hibernate.
Could chameleons survive in the ocean why or why not???
chameleons hunt anwhere they ususlly look for bugs
no, only some of the species of the chameleons are
any where. Chameleons eat Bugs :P
Music for Chameleons has 262 pages.
The ISBN of Music for Chameleons is 978-0394508269.
A chameleons protection is itself! fascinatingly chameleons can camouflage into what ever colour it wants to be. If one of their predators are coming, they can change colour into their surroundings.
Chameleons typically eat locusts, mantis, crickets, grasshopper and other insects, but larger chameleons sometimes eat small birds and other lizards. Certain chameleons consume small amounts of plant matter.
Sometimes in the wild, but not usually. If they do, they are with the same species, other Jacksons. Chameleons should NEVER be kept together in captivity.
Chameleons - like all reptiles - are cold blooded.
Yes. Chameleons will usually eat mealworms.
Yes chameleons can eat ants from Dustin Gross