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JodyBuchanan
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I am looking to give my 7 month old chameleon a new home. I would also like to sell the hand-made vivarium that he is living in, and all of the essential items (UVB/basking lamp, dripper...
  • JodyBuchanan
  • · Fort Wayne, Indiana - IN
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Looking to re home veiled chameleon. Enclosure, lights, and mister included.
  • ddomin0317
  • · Cameron, North Carolina - NC 28326
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Transferring to an overseas command and am not able to bring my pets with me and my family. Comes with cage and food. Willing to drop off.
  • ARuelas
  • · Annapolis, Maryland - MD 21401
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He's a great friend. His names Rango. Unfortunately because I will be moving 19 days from making this post, I can't take him with me. I want him to go to a good home with someone who'll watch over...
  • ChameleonSeller
  • · Red Bluff, California - CA 96080
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I have two one year old male Chameleons that each come with complete set up including: Cage, vines, fake foliage and leaves, water dripper, water dish, bottom felt mat, heat lamp both UV and heat...
  • Mkaywilson
  • · Smyrna, Tennessee - TN 37167
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I have a 2 1/2 year old Chameleon to rehome, he is healthy and eats every day, comes with 2 cages, 1 small and a larger 2'x2'x4' lights and water fountain for a small rehoming fee of $200.00 also...
  • Shovel81hd
  • · Old Town, Florida - FL 32680
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Trying to find a new home for two beautiful female Blue Bar Panther Chameleons. Both are a year old and healthy. $150 for each chameleon. $200 with the cage with UVB and heat lamps included...
  • lhsincock
  • · Greensboro, North Carolina - NC 27410
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I am currently selling my 2 year old veil chameleon, healthy, good with all hands, just a chill mellow companion, asking 500 for EVERYTHING cage and supplies included.
  • RayRay996
  • · Chicago, Illinois - IL 60626
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This is very hard for me to post today. My family is being transferred to VA for work very unexpectedly. We will be living in Hotels temporarily until we find a home in the area. We need as much...
  • Shelbiwoods
  • · Mooresville, North Carolina - NC
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Pet Chameleon. Cage and accessories included! 1 year of age. $300
  • Shy
  • · Wichita, Kansas - KS
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This little guy is a little over a year old. Sadly I can’t care for him anymore so I have to let him go. He comes with his full cage set up, a cricket keeper, water dechlorinizer, and spray bottle.
  • Koren.
  • · Charlotte, North Carolina - NC
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1 year old panther Chameleon for sale.
  • strandw
  • · Lavon, Texas - TX
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Chameleons are common in pet stores all over the world. They're popular for those who are up for a different type of pet, rather than the typical furry kind. Chameleons are reptiles that are just as captivating and unique as they are beautiful. For those of you who don't have any experience buying and caring for chameleons or reptiles in general, you'll definitely need to learn a few things. Just remember, something like this isn't too difficult of a challenge and after you've mastered the learning curve, you'll be rewarded ten times over. These animals are fun, entertaining, and definitely have their own personalities.

For those of you who aren't familiar with chameleons, here's a quick primer. Chameleons are lizards. They can be very colorful and can actually change the color of their skin throughout the day. A lot of people think that this type of lizard can change its skin color on command to match their surroundings, but that's not the case. They're not capable of that. Also, this animal surprisingly continues to grow for its entire life. While it does reach maturity after a few years, it'll continue to get larger and larger as time passes. And as it continues to grow, its skin will shed in pieces. Chameleon skin doesn't shed all in one piece like snake skin does. It comes off in small bits here and there.

There are many different types of chameleon; although the exact number of chameleon types differ, depending on who you talk to, the official number resides between 171 and 202. The largest chameleon recorded is 27 inches long, while another close contestant is 23 inches long. On the other side of the spectrum are the tiny little chameleons. The smallest breed only measures around a half inch long and can rest easily on the side of a toothpick.

Here are a few different types of chameleons that we offer for sale on our website. While there are dozens of different "breeds," these are the ones you'll generally find for sale online and in pet stores: Veiled, Carpet, Fischer's, Jackson's, Pygmy, Panther, Oustalet's, Meller’s, Four-Horned, and Senegal Chameleon.

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