Carpet Chameleons are an amazing species of chameleon. Carpet Chameleons are one of the most colorful of all chameleon species! A benefit to owning a carpet chameleon is they are a smaller chameleon species that can live in one of our small or medium chameleon setups that we offer for sale.
Hey guys I have been researching Fischers Chameleon care and have found most of the info I need. So far I have found the care is vastly similar to the care of a panther chameleon. Anyone want to weigh in and tell me some key differences? I pick one up very soon and would like a couple last tips.
As with all chameleons, flap-necks will not drink from static water sources. For this reason, the cage should be sprayed once a day. Care should be taken to avoid creating pools of stagnant water which can lead to the onset of fungal growth and be detrimental to the chameleons health.
Because the Malagasy Giant Chameleon is comparatively common and is also associated with human settlements, the native people like to make use of the greedy appetites of these animals, and place these chameleons in their gardens, where they devour unwanted pests up to the size of a mouse and thereby keep them in check.
The Meller’s chameleon (Trioceros melleri) is a large and striking chameleon found in the mountainous areas of eastern Africa in the countries of Tanzania, Mozambique and Malawi. Growing to an adult length of 2 feet or more, it is instantly recognizable by not only its large size but also the bright yellow and green coloring, scalloped dorsal keel, large occipital lobes and a single rostral horn.