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  • Are Chameleons Hard To Take Care Of? What You Should Know

    Are Chameleons Hard To Take Care Of? What You Should Know

    Having a chameleon as a pet seems like a great choice. They’re colorful, have a long tongue that shoots out at live food, and they’re kinda mysterious looking. But you may have read that they’re not a good choice and might be hard to take care of. Chameleons are not that hard to take care…

  • The 10 Most Colorful Chameleons

    The 10 Most Colorful Chameleons

    Everyone knows the chameleon’s amazing ability to change color, but not all chameleons show beautiful colors. Some desert species are pretty drab looking, and the more tiny species don’t really change color much, if at all. What makes a chameleon colorful to a person is really quite subjective, but below is a list of what…

  • How Big Chameleons Get

    How Big Chameleons Get

    Chameleons are 4 inches long when they hatch and grow between 15 and 20 inches long nose to tail for adult male chameleons. Adult females are shorter at around 10 to 18 inches. Baby Chameleon Size Maybe that should be how small are baby chameleons? Either way, baby chameleons are adorably tiny and cute. When…

  • 300 Awesome Chameleon Names

    300 Awesome Chameleon Names

    With a little imagination you can come up with some really cool name ideas for your pet chameleon. If you’re having a little trouble getting those imagination juices flowing we here at chameleon school have put together a huge list of name ideas to help you. Check it out and if you come up with…

  • Chameleon Feet Facts

    Chameleon Feet Facts

    There are several obvious unique and striking things about chameleons. Their beautiful colors, the ability to change these colors, their eyes that swivel in all directions and the way they camouflage. All these things are well known and well embedded in popular culture. One unique thing that always gets overlooked about chameleons though is their…

  • Chameleon Husbandry: Safe Cage Plants

    Chameleon Husbandry: Safe Cage Plants

    Apart from your pet chameleon itself, plants are the star of the show when it comes to building a beautiful home for your new scaly friend. Veiled, Jackson and Panther chameleons are the main species kept as pets and their natural habitats are covered in lush greenery. The closer you replicate their natural habitat the…

  • 50 Cool Chameleon Facts

    50 Cool Chameleon Facts

    Everybody knows chameleons can change color but do you really know why they do it? Do you know how fast they can shoot their tongue? Find the answers to these questions and more in this list of 50 cool chameleon facts. 1. Chameleons live in warm habitats Chameleons inhabit warm habitats mainly in sub-Saharan Africa…

  • Chameleon Equipment: 11 Essential Items

    Chameleon Equipment: 11 Essential Items

    Affiliate Disclaimer – This post contains affiliate links. As an affiliate, we may earn a commission from qualifying purchases from Amazon and other third parties. It is said that taking care of pet chameleons is difficult as they need close attention and can easily get ill if you’re not careful. There is a lot of…

  • Holding Chameleons

    Holding Chameleons

    It is possible to hold a chameleon, but chameleons do not like being held, and they don’t enjoy being petted either. Some can develop a tolerance for holding, but they are much better suited to being left alone and observed from afar. Of course some owners have better luck holding their chameleons than others but…

  • Chameleon Behavior: Biting

    Chameleon Behavior: Biting

    Chameleons can bite, but only in rare circumstances. They will hiss, open their mouths and change color to show you that they are stressed, frightened or angry before biting as a last resort. While chameleon bites can hurt, they are not poisonous, as there are no known poisonous species of chameleon. You shouldn’t worry about…