Information about the Veiled Chameleon:
The Veiled Chameleon is a species of reptile found in the mountain regions of Yemen, the United Arab Emirates, and Saudi Arabia. It is also sometimes called the Yemen chameleon. Like most chameleons, the Veiled Chameleon is specialized to live in the trees. The body is flattened to resemble a leaf, and the hands and feet of the animal are specially adapted to grip onto branches. The long, darting tongue is used to grab insects from the canopy. It is actually not sticky, but rather muscular in order to "grab" their prey. The Veiled Chameleon in addition to feeding on insects will eat leaves, blossoms and fruits. These chameleons are prized by pen owners and are very popular to keep in captivity. Like all chameleons, they have very specific lighting and diet needs, so they are not recommended for beginners.
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