What Eats Chameleons?


Chameleons have many natural enemies. Their biggest predators are birds of prey, including hawks and cuckoos. Chameleons may also be eaten by snakes and rats. You can find more information here: http://library.thinkquest.org/C0115747/enemies123.htm
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There are several things that will eat chameleons. Snakes, mammals, and birds of all sizes, including birds of prey, will eat chameleons.
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