Information about the Carpet Chameleon:
The Carpet Chameleon - also called the Jeweled Chameleon or the White-Linedned Chameleon, is a species of chameleon native to the island of Madagascar. It's mostly found in the central part of Madagascar. Normally found between 390 and 6,316 ft (120 and 1,925 meters) above sea level and has been estimated to be found over an area of 180,554 sq mi (467,634 kilometers) Both males and females can reach a maximum length of anything between 6.7 and 9.8 inches (17 and 25 centimeters). The males are largely green and females are heavier-bodied and have a wider range of colors, including bands of white, yellow and orange. Both sexes have stripy throats and lips. They can change their color depending on their mood and environmental factors - but despite popular belief they don't change their colors to camouflage themselves. Usually the reptile start the day with a dark color to enable them to warm up rapidly by exposing themselves to sunlight. This species is one of the smallest "true" species of chameleon, and they are timid and shy.
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