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Now I no that Chameleons change their skin tone, dependent upon their mood, but in every photo she looks different. And I want to share her with you. Below is all Brenda taken over the last few months. :mf_dribble:


Little one at the back x :2thumb:



Take just after mating


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Now post your pictures of your Chameleon, Lucy

Thanks in advance for sharing x
 

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She's GORGEOUS. Love the pic after she has mated!

Oz is green or brown when he is chilling, but turns a really dark green with loads of stripes when he is angry.

When he's relaxed







And when he's angry



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What a cutie x :flrt:
 

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O.O

To be honest I've always thought that chameleons look like the grumpiest lizards ever but now I want some!
 

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I agree, but you can grumpy and cute - just look at my hubby :lol2:

I must admit when my hubby mentioned Chams, i thought OMG how boring, but I love them prob more than him now. :flrt:


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I must admit when my hubby mentioned Chams, i thought OMG how boring, but I love them prob more than him now. :flrt:
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I totally agree! I love my chams to bits! I even overcame my fear of crix and locusts when I got my first female.:2thumb: She taught me a lot, bless her!
 

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My female is normally quite light and diff greens unless she is cheesed off then goes a darker brown the male goes really dark quite often as a typical male he's a bit grumpy :lol2:
 
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