None. Chameleons don't care for their young.
They don't. Chameleons are a reptile and reptiles don't parent their young.
It is called a dwarf chameleon.
No, chameleons are in fact reptiles. They differ from mammals in that they do not have hair on their body, they produce eggs outside the body, are cold blooded, do not give birth to live young, and do nurse their young (do not produce milk).
I am pretty sure they are just called baby chmeleons.It think they are just called a young chameleon. I looked it up at wikipedia and it didn't mention it being called anything else. Some people call them hatchlings.
Chameleons defend themselves by changing the colour of their body, allowing them to blend into their surroundings. This is called camouflage.
Reptiles in general aren't much for childcare. After leaving the eggs in a good spot they're pretty much done.Chameleons dont care for their young. they abandon them.They lay their eggs make a ditch and leave them on their own.
Yes they do eat their young when searching for food and is not available. Vicious parents if you ask me.
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They're called chameleons, not chamelens.
Animals that take on many forms are called chameleons and shape shifters. Shape shifters can contort their bodies to resemble something else, and chameleons can change color to blend into their environments.
chameleons eat insects,and chameleons are insectivores
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yes chameleons are carnivorous but they will only eat other chameleons to survive
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 NOT nocturnal.
are chameleons territorial
Chameleons do not camouflage, this is a common misconception. They change their color as a way to express themselves towards other chameleons and to scare predators away. Many chameleons have very bright and "screaming" colors, not very suitable for camouflage. Many chameleons have a cryptic base color though. They change color with special cells called chromatophores. There are several different types of chromatophores with different colors. Chameleons are capable of the faster form of color-change, called physiological colour change. The chromatophores contain pigment and/or light reflecting matter. Simply put, these cells can expand and contract, thereby making other colors in a layer under the chromatophore visible.
Reptiles is a classification, whereas Chameleons are a species. Chameleons are a species of reptile.
Basically they don't ! Once the babies arrive - they are completely independent - and quickly disperse in search of their first meal.
Chameleons are solitary animals only coming together to mate.
chameleons lay eggs.