Carpet Chameleon Adults, are an interesting-looking pet reptile that are quite underrated. These creatures are very fun to own, and only require an intermediate level of knowledge to be kept successfully. Their beautiful colors and patterns are a sight to see, and you’ll never get tired of watching them!
But if you really want to own Carpet Chameleon Adults, you should do your homework first. This guide will teach you the fundamentals of carpet chameleon care. You’ll learn about their diet, enclosure preferences, lifespan, size, and more!
The carpet chameleon (Furcifer lateralis) is an arboreal chameleon native to the mixed woodlands of Madagascar. This chameleon is also sometimes referred to as the jeweled chameleon.
This intricately colored chameleon has a sensitive nature and can be prone to stress. Because of this, we highly recommend that only those with an intermediate to advanced knowledge of reptile husbandry attempt to care for this particular type of chameleon.
Appearance & Colors
Carpet chameleons are highly prized for their stunning coloration. In fact, legend has it that their name comes from their resemblance to an intricately woven Oriental carpet.