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The Namaqua Chameleon is a species of lizard indigenous to a few African deserts. It has developed excellent adaptation techniques to survive in the sand.
|Length||Up to 25 cm|
|Coloration||Capable of changing body color|
|Distribution||Western desert regions of South Africa,Namibia and south of Angola|
|Habitat||Arid and semi-arid desert areas|
|Diet||Insects, mostly beetles and crickets; also lizards, including young chameleons from their own species, small snakes, scorpions|
|Clutch Size||About 20 eggs (3 clutches per year)|
|Mode of Reproduction||Oviparous (egg laying)|
|IUCN Conservation Status||Least Concern|
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Published on March 5th 2017 by staff under Chameleons. Article was last reviewed on 14th June 2019.
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