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Category: Behavior

  • Chameleon Behavior: Skin Shedding

    Chameleon Behavior: Skin Shedding

    When I first saw my chameleon shed, I felt a mixture of amazement, anxiety and sympathy. Sure, it may look like it’s turning into a mummy with peeling skin, but a chameleon shedding is nothing to be alarmed about. Why Chameleons Shed For growth – The primary reason chameleons shed their skin, particularly when they’re…

  • Chameleon Behavior: 5 Weird Ways They Make Noise

    Chameleon Behavior: 5 Weird Ways They Make Noise

    Have you ever wondered whether chameleons make noise? I know I did. I guess you have too otherwise why would you be reading this page!? Well yes, I’m here to tell you that chameleons do indeed make noise but not in ways you might expect. Although I’m not sure how you expect them to make…

  • Chameleon Behavior: Hissing

    Chameleon Behavior: Hissing

    If you have a pet chameleon, you may have noticed it puff up and hiss from time to time. This is quite a surprising display when you first see it, so you might wonder why your chameleon is hissing and if anything’s wrong. Chameleons hiss because they are stressed, angry or frightened about something nearby.…

  • Chameleon Behavior: Puffing Up

    Chameleon Behavior: Puffing Up

    Chameleons will puff up because something in their immediate environment is causing it to feel stressed. This puffing up display is an attempt to repel the cause of its stress. Of course, the reasons for a chameleon puffing up are a little more nuanced than just stress, but stress is the main cause of this…

  • Chameleon Behavior: What To Expect

    Chameleon Behavior: What To Expect

    Chameleons are generally shy, cautious and solitary creatures. While they’re not generally vicious, they can put on aggressive displays if they feel threatened and can bite if those displays are ignored. Chameleons are not cuddly pets and would prefer to be left alone rather than be held. General Behavior Chameleons are solitary creatures. As humans,…

  • 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…

  • Chameleon Behavior: Color Changing To Black

    Chameleon Behavior: Color Changing To Black

    Chameleons turn black for four main reasons. They’re either cold, stressed, scared or a combination of these. While you can’t always prevent chameleons from turning black, there are ways you can make them more comfortable and reduce the number of times it happens. Read on to find out what situation applies to your chameleon and…

  • Chameleon Behavior: Mouth Gaping

    Chameleon Behavior: Mouth Gaping

    According to biologists at the university of South Dakota, the main reason chameleons gape is in response to feeling stressed and threatened. Other reasons are feeling too hot and suffering from a respiratory infection. This article will tell you all the reasons why chameleons keep their mouth open and what you can do to prevent…