Here’s a Fischer’s chameleon (Kinyongia multituberculata)
on my hand. This species is in fact one of the best pet
chameleons when you can find them available.
This Dwarf Fischer’s chameleon (Kinyongia tavetana)
arrived to me from a supplier just like this—eggs and all.
Fact: the eggs hatched!
A baby Bearded Pygmy chameleon (Rhampholean brevicaudatus)
that I hatched-out recently. Cool fact: they’re called “Bearded”
because they have a tiny beard-like skin tag on their chin.
Here’s a rarely seen Giant Fischer’s chameleon (Kinyongia matschiei).
This specimen arrived on an imported shipment but was initially
misidentified as another species of Fischer’s.
Here’s a snapshot of a red-clawed Four-horned chameleon
I received on a shipment from Cameroon. The red claws
are indicative of Trioceros quadricornis gracilior, which
is pretty rarely seen in the U.S. pet market.