Why do chameleons change their body colour?
to blend in with their surroundings, to help keep them hidden from predators.
Chameleons can change to any problem of colour.
Chameleons change colour in response to sickness, changes in temperature, or instinctive responses such as fear and aggression. They do not change colour to blend in with their surroundings. It has also been found that chameleons change colour to become more obvious both to other chameleons and to predators.
Chameleons change colour according to their body temperature, mood and emotions. So they don't just change their colour because of their feelings. Chameleons also change colour to camoflage but can not do it instontly they have to sway back and forward (become a bush or leaf) then they will look very similar to what they wanted to be. Lyssa and lexi were here!
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.
they change colour at will They can sleep upside down
Chameleons change colour for defence
No. I seriously doubt it!!!
chamelions dont change colour depending on their emotions, they change colour to blend in to their environment.
It is common misconception that Chameleons change color as camoflauge, to blend with their environment and avoid predation. However, they actually change colour due to mood, temperature and amount of light, as well as in response to sickness, or instinctive responses such as fear and aggression. It has also been found that chameleons change colour to become more obvious both to other chameleons and to predators. See related link for more details.
chameleons can change color in a matter of milliseconds
Chameleons change colour to blend into whatever is around/behind them.
Chameleons defend themselves by changing the colour of their body, allowing them to blend into their surroundings. This is called camouflage.
because they change their skin colour to match their environment.
Chameleons do not camouflage, this is a common misconception. They change their colour as a way to express themselves towards other Chameleons and to scare predators away. Many Chameleons have very bright and "screaming" colours, not very suitable for camouflage. Many chameleons have a cryptic base colour though. They change colour with special cells called chromatophores. There are several different types of chromatophores with different colours. Chameleons are capable of the faster form of colour… Read More
chameleons are best known for their ability to change the colour of their skin and for the ability to catch an insect with its tongue at a distance.
Not all chameleons, but most do. How do you think those creepy little things know when and what colour to change their skin into?
A chameleon is a small reptile of the lizard family, which can change its colour in response to sickness, changes in temperature, or instinctive responses such as fear and aggression. They do not change colour to blend in with their surroundings. It has also been found that chameleons change colour to become more obvious both to other chameleons and to predators. Chameleons can move their eyes independently of one another. Unlike other lizards, they have… Read More
Becasuse that can change colour to suit the environment they happen to be in
chameleons change their skin color whenever they are either scared or when they need to camouflage from predators
Most are coloured to blend in with their natural surroundings. Some - like the chameleons - can change their colour 'at will'
Yes, they do. Chameleons change colour to fit in with their surroundings so that they are less visible to predators.
A chameleon's behavioral adaptation is colour change. Chameleons change their colors to represent mood. For emaple, a chameleon may change red or red orange if it feels angry or territorial. Also chameleons change color to match their environment. Although they can go this, they can't copy details images, like flowers, but they can match pigment and colour. It takes a few minutes or in very minor conditions hours, so chameleons couloir does not change as… Read More
The Chameleon is known for its ability to change colour. Other lizards are capable of slight colour changes - but not as spectacular as the Chameleons.
chameleons are lizards are surely those who change their colour according to its environment and the capability of doing this is known as camouflage.
Depends on the colour it changes...
Chameleons are masters of disguise ! They have the ability to change their skin colour and texture so that it blends in with its surroundings.
There are many interesting characteristics about chameleons. These include; The chameleons tongue. A chameleon uses its tongue to snare unsuspecting insects. What is amazing about its tongue is that it is twice the length of its body and has a sticky, suction-cup like tip. The chameleons tail. A chameleons tail is prehensile and is also longer than its body when fully extended. The chameleons hands. A chameleon has zygodactylous feet which means it's fingers are… Read More
yes chameleons can change colors to adapt, and true chameleons can change colors due to it's mood.
It only takes a chameleon a few milliseconds to change color. Despite popular belief, chameleons don't necessarily change color to match their background. In fact, chameleons change color to maintain a favorable body temperature since their bodies can't generate it's own body heat.
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… Read More
No. Both male and female chameleons change color.
They are lizards famous for their ability to change colors to blend in with their environment and hide from would be predators. i think chameleon is an insect like a lizard who can change its colour when he see enemy Lizards
Myth: Chameleons change color to match their environment. Chameleons don't change color to match their environment. Rather, they change color as a response to mood, temperature, health, communication, and light.
Chameleons change color based on excitement, temperature, climate change, health, or the presence of other chameleons. Sometimes the color change helps with camouflage but chameleons actually can't control their color change. It is determined by their skin chemicals.
Chameleons change color.
Chameleons have a great adaptation of changing to camouflauge with their environment. They can change into any color in their surrounding whenever they choose.
Chameleons have chromatophores (Chrom=colour, Phores=cells) which have two types of pigments: one black (melanin,in our skins!!) and another one, of various colors. The colour and patterns are changed under the control of nerves or hormones(adrenaline secreted by the adrenal gland and hormones of the hypophysis-pituitary gland). As releasing hormones and neural control require an energy investment, the chameleons usually change colour to hide from predators or as a stress response Check out the related link… Read More
Panther chameleons are probably the most color vibrant breed of chameleon. They change almost every color.
Yes. Chameleons are polychromatic because they can change color to match the trees, leaves, and ground around them.
The Phosphorus change colors is Chameleons.
No, bettas are not chameleons and do not change colours.
Chameleons can change color.
Chameleons change change into a variety of colors, including black, brown, yellow, green, orange, red, blue, and pink. But different species change to different colors.
Chameleons camouflage by changing color, though that is not the only reason they change color. Chameleons change color with lighting, mood, and enviornment.
Chameleons don't really change color on thier surroundings. They change color depending on thier mood and actions, how they feel.
Chameleons are green when they are happy, but they can change color so they might not stay green for long.
There is no fixed body temperature of chameleons. This is because chameleons are reptiles, which are cold-blooded animals. This means that their body temperature is automatically adjusted to be equal to the outside environment.
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it depends on which cameleons you have
no but chameleons do