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Transcript of Chameleons
Chameleons have rough skin and a long, sticky tongue. Chameleons have large eyes that can turn up to 360 degrees. They are reptiles and are a species of a lizard with small horns and spines. Chameleons are mostly green but they can be brown like the dirt.
What Do Chameleons Look Like?
Some chameleons are omnivores, some are carnivores and some species of chameleon are vegetarians. Chameleons eat tough foods such as fruit and berries, leaves, insects, worms and snails. Many larger chameleon species will also eat other smaller reptiles.
What Do Chameleons Eat?
Half of the worlds chameleon species live on the islands and jungles of Madagascar. The rest are found in the jungles and deserts of Africa, Asia and parts of South Europe. Now chameleons have also been found in North America.
Where Do Chameleons Live?
There are over 160 species of chameleons and the smallest species of chameleon is called the tiny pygmy leaf chameleon. The reason that this species is called the
pygmy leaf chameleon is because they only grow to 3cm! They are found in Madagascar and so are the largest species of chameleon. The largest chameleon species are called the malagasy giant chameleon and can grow up to 70cm.
Smallest And Largest Chameleon Species
Many chameleons can change colour in order to camouflage with their surroundings. Chameleons can change colour into many colours such as pink, blue, red, orange, green, black, brown, light blue, yellow and torquoies.
Chameleons can have up to 100 eggs. To keep their eggs safe, the female must dig a hole that can be 10-30cm deep.
Chameleon Babies and Eggs
Chameleon in their habitat
Chameleon in Asia
Chameleon long tongue
Chameleon food - worms
Tiny pygmy leaf chameleon
Malagasy giant chameleon
Chameleon in camouflage
Chameleon with it's baby
Pictures of Chameleons
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