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Chameleons are amazing examples of evolution. Their unique features make them very popular in the pet trade. Please consider the care and requirements of your animal before purchasing; these are very specialised animals. If you have already purchased one, I will be please to help you with any questions or concerns you may have.
I have created an in-depth caresheet on these creatures; the topics are listed below. The main exclusion from this caresheet are the leaf chameleons from the generas Brookesia, Rhampholeon and Rieppeleon.
Please note that the information provided is based on a few years of reading, and experience. It is what has worked for me and many other keepers. However, I take no liability for information that has resulted in the death or sickness or destruction of any material objects etc. from the information provided. It's not to say this information is not accurate or reliable, it's just to cover my butt. ;)

Coming soon! Information on the captive care of the leaf chameleons.


I should note that chameleons are considered for the intermediate to the advanced reptile keepers. They require a lot of research, a lot of work, and quite a bit of time. Please be sure to research your species of choice specifically to ensure you have the proper setup and care regime. Please if you have any questions at all I am more than happy to help. It helps me help you if you have done the proper research as well. Good luck!! :)

Table Of Contents



"Beginner" Chameleons




What To Look For






Egg Binding


*All information written by Travis Underhill unless otherwise stated*

If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to contact me at jumaunji@hotmail.com