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The Fischer’s Chameleon is a species of almost threatened lizards that are found in the hilly forests of Tanzania and Kenya. They are known for their bright green coloration and considerably smaller size.
|Scientific Name||Kinyongia fischeri|
|Other Names||Dwarf Fischer’s Chameleon, East Usambara Two-horned Chameleon|
|Length/Size||5 to 8 inches|
|Body Coloration||Bright green with random and irregular patches in black, light yellow and gray|
|Range/Distribution||Tanzania, and also Kenya|
|Habitat||High mountain areas and rainforests|
|Diet/Food||Worms, crickets, and several other insects|
|Breeding Season||End of summer to rainy season|
|Clutch Size||2 – 4 eggs|
|Mode of Reproduction||Oviparous|
|IUCN Conservation Status||Near Threatened|
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Published on January 1st 2019 by staff under Chameleons. Article was last reviewed on 17th June 2019.
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