Ambanja panther chameleon (Furcifer pardalis) is a sub-species of panther chameleon found in the eastern and northern parts of Madagascar in a tropical forest biome. Additionally, it has been introduced to Réunion and Mauritius. The Blue Ambanja Panther Chameleon is the second most common sub species of panther chameleon partly because it has some outstanding colors and a wide range those colors as well.
Here at V Reptiles we strive for the absolute best in raising our panther chameleons. Always evolving in every aspect and never becoming complacent. We are working on some very innovative ideas that will provide advanced husbandry to anyone who comes into the hobby. We encourage you to contact us about any questions you may have. We are not only breeders but very active panther chameleon enthusiasts as well. We have compassion and care deeply about the care they receive both in our home and yours. When you purchase from us, you not only get a beautiful and thriving, exclusive, yet popular reptile but you also become part of our V reptiles family.
Disclaimer – All panthers chameleons take time to color up. Some start to show color as young as 3 months of age and others nearly 8-12 months of age. Each individual panther chameleon can look completely different from his or her clutch brother or sister. Then after they’ve reached their adult colors, for example, they can still slowly start to develop more red or more blue over time, in some cases turning completely blue or completely red! We, as breeders try our best to produce the most beautiful and healthiest chameleons possible by researching lineage and pairing up two beautiful and diverse lines, or bringing in a unique wild caught specimen from Madagascar that we think may create something special and unique that could be an asset to the breeding community as well as offer a top tier pet for anyone interested in working with a V reptiles. Part of the experience in owning a panther chameleon is being able to watch them go through these changes. Some even show different colors by season. The locals of Ambanja Madagascar will tell you in the dry months the Ambanja panther chameleons will have red bars and in the rainy season blue! But no matter the color, there’s no denying these are some of the most exquisite creatures on the planet, and we are honored to be working with them!