An adult Jackson's Chameleon with a baby not yet old enough to change its colouring (Rick Stevens)

An adult Jackson's Chameleon with a baby not yet old enough to change its colouring (Rick Stevens) Baby or Avoidance?

An adult Jackson's Chameleon with a baby not yet old enough to change its colouring.

An adult Jackson's Cameleon with a baby not yet old enough to change its coloring (Rick Stevens)

Jackson's Chameleon, Native to Eastern Africa // photo by David Northcott

Jackson's Chameleon, Native to Eastern Africa

Did you know that Oct. 21 is National Reptile Day in the United States? Some people are fascinated by reptiles. I admit that I like certain kinds of reptiles -- like this cute little fellow here. I am a bit fascinated by all kinds of reptiles -- as.

Jackson's Chameleon (Chamaeleo jacksonii) males adult & young. Native to Kenya & Tanzania, introduced to Hawaii. Captive.

jackson's chameleon, chamaeleo jacksonii, adult male and juvenile male

Chameleon

Do You See What I See? I Guess It Depends Where Your Eyes Are.

A Newly Born Jackson's Chameleon Rests on its Dad's Horns Photographic

Jackson’s Chameleon  A particularly wild-looking species of chameleon, with a three-horned head that gives it the appearance of a miniature Triceratops.

Jackson’s Chameleon A particularly wild-looking species of chameleon, with a three-horned head that gives it the appearance of a miniature Triceratops.

Jackson's Chameleon, Chameleo jacksonii (male), Three-horned Chameleon, subspecies Dwarf Jackson's Chameleon, and Yellow-crested Jackson's Chameleon

Jackson's Chameleons are awesome. If I were like a rock star or someone with gobs of money I'd turn a room of my house into a treed junglescape and have a couple of these fellows climbing around.

Jackson's chameleon by Christian Sanchez on 500px

Jackson's chameleon Photo by Christian Sanchez — National Geographic Your Shot

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