Bearded Pygmy Chameleon
The Bearded Pygmy Chameleon is an African chameleon that gets its name from the presence of ‘beard’ (made of a few raised scales) under its mouth. They are quite capable of changing their body color as and when required.
|Other Names||Bearded leaf chameleon|
|Length||3 in (8 cm)|
|Coloration||Brown or tan (can change into a variety of colors like yellow, green, orange, and black)|
|Distribution||Northeastern parts of Tanzania and Kenya (eastern Uluguru and Usambara Mountains)|
|Diet||Insectivorous diet including small crickets, locusts, mini mealworms, moths, spiders, house flies etc.|
|Mode of Reproduction||Oviparous (egg laying)|