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Angkor
Reptile Temple

Veiled Chameleon

They have eyes that can move independently and look in two directions at once, as well as swivel nearly 180 degrees.

They are therefore able to look in any direction, and even follow moving objects, without turning their heads or shifting body position. When a prey animal is spotted, both eyes will focus on the insect in order to perceive depth. To catch food they have a large tongue with a muscle on the end to grab food, this tongue is twice as long as its body when stretched out!

DID YOU KNOW? Most Chameleons change colour depending on mood and communication. Chameleons can turn green, blue, red, yellow, brown, black, orange and pink! But not all species can.

Current Status

  • Least Concern
  • Near Threatened
  • Vulnerable
  • Endangered
  • Critically Endangered
  • Extinct in the Wild
  • Extinct

Key Facts

Insects and leaves.
Chamaeleonidae
Males: 8 years
Females: 5 years
Least Concern
Southern Saudi Arabia.
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