male-chameleon

Natal Midlands Dwarf Chameleon (male)

This is Bradypodion thamnobates (Chamaeleonidae), commonly known as the Natal Midlands Dwarf Chameleon.

Bradypodion thamnobates reaches up to 17cm in total length. It has a casque well-defined and rounded at the back. The gular crest is formed by large, overlapping dermal lobes covered in small scales and numerous throat grooves in the gular pouch. The dorsal crest is formed by large conical scales extending onto the tail. The limbs and tail exhibit numerous enlarged tubercles with a couple present on the flanks.

This species is endemic to the Natal Midlands, in particular Nottingham Road, South Africa, and is regarded as a Near Threatened species on the IUCN Red List.

References: [1] - [2]

Photo: ©Tyrone Ping

Locality: Nottingham Road, Kwazulu Natal, South Africa

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This is a real adult male veiled chameleon skull (Chamaeleo calyptratus)! They are indigenous to Yemen and Saudi Arabia, though this particular animal was born in Canada and passed of natural causes.

This skull is available exclusively in Canada! Buy it now on www.SkullStore.ca or in-store at 1193 Weston Rd, Toronto (Saturday-Sunday 12-6pm).

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Harlo Reed (kabunasims​) x Lilac Dawton Photoshoot

Harlo: Top (shatsai) | Bottom (sim3simsimi) | Shoes (aikea-guinea) | Rings (ahiruchanet) | Earrings kijiko-sims | Lip Ring sleepless_angel | Hair  (newsea)

Lilac: Dress (chameleon-sims​)  | Shoes (rusty nail) | Hair (frey-sims) | Earrings (ahiruchanet) | Tatttoo (lazysimmer97)

Chair: the77sim3

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Jackson´s chameleon (Trioceros jacksonii)

Jackson’s chameleon is an African chameleon belonging to the chameleon family. There are three subspecies. Jackson’s chameleons are native to the humid, cooler regions of Kenya and Tanzania, East Africa, and found in great numbers at altitudes over 3,000 m. Most chameleons are oviparous, but Jackson’s chameleon gives birth to live offspring. 8 to 30 live young are born after a five- to six-month gestation.They are sometimes called three-horned chameleons because males possess three brown horns. Jackson’s chameleons live primarily on a diet of small insects. They are less territorial than most species of chameleons.

photo credits: wiki, Benjamint444, Linda Davison, golizards

www.intothefoxden.com - We have 2 of these Veiled Chameleon (chamaeleo calyptratus) Skulls in stock! This male & a smaller female! The male Veiled Chameleon is primarily green in color and tends to be marked with stripes and spots of yellow, brown, and blue. Depending on the animal’s emotional state, this green will range from a bright lime green to a red olive drab. #thefoxden #chameleon #reptile #skull #lizard #taxidermy #osteology #oddities #bournemouth

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