Where Are Chameleons Found?

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Chameleons are found throughout the jungle and in deserts. They are mostly found in Africa, Asia and parts of Southern Europe. There are more than 160 different species of chameleons that are found through out the world.
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Chameleons like warm climates which include rain forests to dry deserts. They can be found in Africa and Madagascar, as well as Spain, Portugal, and across Asia to Sri Lanka. They have also been introduced in Hawaii, California and in Florida.
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Chameleons are found naturally in Madagascar,Africa,the middle East and Southern Europe.About half of the worlds chameleons live in Madagascar.
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