Female chameleons lay between 12 and 80 eggs per clutch, with most species laying between 40 and 50. The female buries the eggs in moist soil or sand and the sun warms the eggs until they are ready to hatch. More »

Baby chameleons are simply known as “chameleons," whethet they are babies or not. They may also be called hatchlings when they are first born. A hatchling is a young reptile or bird that has hatched or emerged from withi... More »

When a chameleon is pregnant, she is round, lumpy and clumsy. Pregnant chameleons change colors to a pattern that alerts male chameleons that she is not available for mounting. If she is small, monitor her to see if she ... More »

Baby chameleons are simply known as “chameleons," whethet they are babies or not. They may also be called hatchlings when they are first born. A hatchling is a young reptile or bird that has hatched or emerged from withi... More »

A baby veiled chameleon is an immature member of one of about 80 species of true chameleons. They're able to change colors depending upon their surroundings or emotional state. A baby veiled chameleon is usually pastel g... More »

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The graceful chameleon is a common species of chameleon native to sub-Saharan Africa. It can rapidly change color from its basic green, yellow or brown. It is popular in the pet trade and is used in traditional medicine. More »

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Egg-laying chameleons usually lay eggs three to six weeks after mating. The eggs hatch in four to 12 months, but eggs of the rare Parson's chameleon may take 24 months to hatch. Live-bearing species give birth four to si... More »