How Long Do Chameleons Live?


Chameleons are specialized tree-living lizards that mainly feed on insects. Their bodies are leaf-shaped. Their adaptation to their environment is the ability to camouflage. When they move, they do so slowly, and rock their bodies from side to side like a leaf in the wind. The lifespan of an average chameleon may be up to five years for females and up to eight years for males.
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Depending on the species, chameleons can live up to 10 years.
The average lifespan of a chameleon in the wild is 2-3 years. They are usually sexually mature between 6-12 months. Chameleons kept as pets live twice as long. You can find more information here:
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