Chameleons are very difficult to maintain and inexperienced reptile owners should not start with this reptile. Having said that, they are also not the most difficult exotic pet to take care of. ... Panther Chameleons, Veiled Chameleons, and Jackson's Chameleons are the most widespread species that kept as pets.Mar 25, 2017
Chameleons are solitary animals. Forced handling or unwanted handling can cause hissing and biting. A chameleons bite is painful, however, not toxic or harmful to humans. Handling can cause chameleons to have chronic low-level stress, which leads to poor health.
This is how chameleons get their water. They hydrate by licking dew or rain off of the leaves they live on. They do not naturally get misted, they get rained on! But the effect of water hitting their skin helps to trigger the drinking instinct.May 3, 2012
Other tree dwelling animals such as snakes and birds are the most common predators of the chameleon, along with some mammals. In order to bury to her eggs to keep them safe and warm, the female chameleon firsts digs a hole in the forest floor in which to bury them.Jan 9, 2017