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Chameleon Photos

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The chameleon belongs to a group of old world lizards containing some 200 plus species, some of which can change skin color. This is a page about chameleon photos.


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Wild Chameleon

How and when did you get your pet?
This is an unusual pet to be sure, but it just took up residence in my aloe vera plant in my kitchen window this fall. Actually there are a pair. The other one I call Sonny.

What does your pet like to do for fun?
They sun themselves on my windowsill and occasionally stroll across my kitchen counter.

Do you have anything else to share about your pet?
They will probably be released when spring arrives. I have been purchasing tiny crickets for them to eat and putting down small puddles of water which they enjoy.

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October 28, 2016

This is a close-up photo of a chameleon. You can clearly see the scales on its body. Its eyes are so detailed and mesmerizing!


I saw this chameleon in its own exhibit at the Katraj Zoo in Pune, India.

Close up of a chameleon at the Pune zoo.

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January 7, 2014

This page contains dwarf chameleon photos. These interesting reptiles have very long tongues to help them catch insects. They are native to tropical forests of Madagascar and South Africa.

Dwarf Chameleon

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