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Chameleons

Chameleons are a very widespread, very specialized species of lizard. Chameleons have microscopic eyes that move separately, almost parrot-like feet and many chameleons have prehensile tails as well as the ability to change color to blend in with their surroundings. All questions about chameleons can be directed here.

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Do chameleons reproduce asexually?

No - they need a male & female to reproduce. Asexual reproduction only requires the exchange of sperm from one animal to another (as in the case of earthworms)

Are chameleons harmful?

Chameleons are not harmful i mean they are not poisonous so it is not harmful for humans it catches its prey that is insects through its sticky tongues

What makes chameleon different from other animal?

They can make their skin change different colors according to their mood, spot and what predators are around, like octopus :)

Do chameleons change color to their mood?

Yes! A very common mistake is that chameleons change color to blend in. They change color to their mood. If they are scared, mad, or threatened, depending on the type of chameleon, they will puff them selfs up so they look bigger, change color from their normal green, blue, and other bright but calm colors to red, black, or dark grey. Chameleons will also hiss. when they are happy, they will turn bright green, blue, or sometimes yellow.

No two generation see eye to eye?

our mind thoughts are very different between the peoples so don't expect the same ideas. one people has the same jean so they have the related ideas.but should not same it.

How old is pascal the chameleon?

it doesn't tell you in the movie.Im guessing mabey 2 or 3 years.

What is the average size of a Chameleon?

chameleons come in a great variety of sizes and it depends on the breed, the smallest is like an inch and the largest grow to 2 ft. so an average is not available it all depends on the breed

What are the chameleon's adaptations?

Some chameleon adaptations are:1. Eyes can move and focus independently and view two different images at the same time.

2. Skin pigment cells can change color depending on temperature, mood, and during breeding. Basically they communicate with other chameleons through slight color changes. It also makes it hard for predators to see it.

3. They can shoot out their tongue nearly a foot and catch an insect with incredible accuracy.

4. Behavioral adaption would be the manner in which the chameleon moves throughout vines and limbs. They move very slow, wavy, and precise so they appear to be leaves blowing in the wind. This makes them less less likely to be spotted by a predator.

Why is a red bulge coming out of a chameleons anus?

if it's a male it is its hemphenes basicaly its penis. if its a female chameleon it could be going through labor

How many babies do chameleons usually have?

It depends on the size of the chameleon and the size of the clutch. For example the small Brookesia species of chameleons may only lay up to 2-4 eggs, while large Veiled Chameleons have been known to lay clutches of up to 80-100 eggs.

What does it mean when your chameleon turns black?

i think it might mean he/she is a little afraid of you. i have 2 jackson chameleons and my girl one is black. i just got her so she could be frightened causing her to turn black.

If a narcissist agrees to couples counseling is there any hope for change?

No they will just waste you time and try to apease you. I personally had wasted time & energy going to 3 different marriage counseling, after 20 years of emotional abuse, lies, spent money like no tommorow. Had an affair, and still he is the victim. Get your counselor to educate you right away & protect your children Ladies , run, run, run- Now going thru Divorce that is another horror. Plan Ahead and make sure Your divorce attorney deals with FAMILY LAW and knows how to deal with a narcissist. I have gone thru 3 attorneys , look up your legal bar assiociation for lawyers that have complaints, another sign Thief they are out for the money$$$$$

Can you feed meal worms to chameleons?

Yes. Chameleons will usually eat mealworms.

What do chameleons eat?

Chameleons are insectivorous and will do quite well with the insects that you should be able to purchase at your local pet store. Most people feed their chameleons a regular diet of crickets, which can usually be bought from wherever you purchased your chameleon in varied sizes. However, if you live in an area where you cannot get insects regularly, they can be ordered on line or by telephone and delivered to you in bulk. It is a good practice to try and feed your chameleon a varied diet of different types of insects. Some of the more common insects you should try and feed your chameleon are crickets, wax worms, meal worms, super worms, fruit flies (for younger chameleons), flies, moths, and grasshoppers. Be careful how many larger winged insects (such as moths) you feed your reptile as the wings can be difficult to digest, and this could lead to bigger problems. Also, be cautious with wild caught insects. Make sure they haven't been subjected to any types of parasites since these would then be passed on to your chameleon and cause significant harm to it. chameleons also eat plants.

Adult Crickets, Locusts, Mealworms, Superworms, Zoophobias, Waxworms, Wax Moths, or Pinky Mice.

Genarally chameleondepend on INSECTS.


Chameleons eat bugs and leaves.
Chameleons eat a variety of insects such as locusts, mantids, crickets, grasshopper, lizards
They eat: crickets, meal worms, wax worms, meal worms, super worms, fruit flies and other flies, grasshoppers and moths.

How chameleons raise young?

Basically they don't ! Once the babies arrive - they are completely independent - and quickly disperse in search of their first meal.

What is the size of a Jackson's chameleon?

They grow to an adult size of about 12 inches.