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    • Jackson’s Chameleon Care Guide

      Jackson’s Chameleon Care Guide

      Jackson’s chameleon (Chamaeleo jacksonii) is a strikingly beautiful reptile with gorgeous colors and horns. Named after 19th century ornithologist, Frederick John Jackson, the Jackson’s chameleon lives in higher altitude mountains and rainforests in Kenya and Tanzania, they have become the most popular chameleon pet species behind veiled and panther chameleons. While still requiring specialized care,…

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    • Care Guide for Panther Chameleons

      Care Guide for Panther Chameleons

      Panther chameleons (Furcifer pardalis) are absolutely captivating reptiles native to the tropical forests of Madagascar. With incredible color changing abilities and striking patterns, they have become highly desirable exotic pets. However, their specialized care requirements also make them quite challenging to keep healthy and happy in captivity. This care guide covers everything needed to successfully…

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    • Veiled Chameleon Care Guide

      Veiled Chameleon Care Guide

      Of all the chameleon species kept as pets, the veiled chameleon (Chamaeleo calyptratus) is the most popular. Native to Yemen and Saudi Arabia, these lizards are hardy, long-lived captives when properly cared for. With impressive casques on their heads, prehensile tails, independently rotating eyes and color changing abilities, veiled chameleons are fascinating reptiles. Their hardiness…

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