chameleons eat insects,and chameleons are insectivores
Chameleons eat insects because that is their food source.
According to www.animals.jrank.org, "The larger chameleons eat birds, smaller chameleons, lizards, and sometimes snakes."
No. Chameleons eat bugs which are not vegetarian.
Some lemurs can eat chameleons.
yes chameleons are carnivorous but they will only eat other chameleons to survive
Yes they do. Chameleons eat small insects with the use of their long tongue.
Chameleons are solitary animals only coming together to mate.
any where. Chameleons eat Bugs :P
Yes. Chameleons will usually eat mealworms.
Green tree snakes usually attack and eat chameleons.
Animals do eat chameleons so technically yes.
No they don't. Some ladybugs can even be toxic to chameleons.
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.
Chameleons eat their pray by catching it with their long tongues then they gobble up their pray and digest the meal.
anything that is bigger than it but its worst enemy is snakes and other chameleons.
chameleons eat grasshopper then grass hopper eats moths
Yes they do.
No they do not.
by its mouth.