Safari Ltd ,Incredible Creatures ,Veiled, Chameleon ,Baby, Hand-Painted ,Toy, Figurine, For Ages 3 And Up
SPARK YOUR CURIOSITY – Prepare to marvel at this fascinating reptile! Chameleons are old world lizards famous for their ability to change color. Though originally from the Arabian Peninsula, Veiled Chameleons now also inhabit some areas in Florida and Hawaii. They tolerate a range of conditions, survive well in captivity, and are very popular among owners. Newly hatched Veiled Chameleons are pastel green in color and develop stripes are they age.
PART OF THE INCREDIBLE CREATURES COLLECTION – The Incredible Creatures collection features EXTRA-LARGE, true-to-life vinyl replicas of some of the most amazing creatures in the world, including the delicate and often endangered inhabitants of our planet.
MADE WITH INDUSTRY-LEADING STANDARDS – Like all Safari Ltd products, the Safari Ltd Incredible Creatures Veiled Chameleon Baby has been individually hand painted, features quality construction from safe, phthalate and lead-free materials, and includes an educational hangtag in 5 languages.
REALISTIC APPEARANCE FOR MULTIPLE USES – Realistic, educational, and fun, this figurine is suitable for a range of interests, including collectors, enthusiasts, teachers, and kids. Admire it on a shelf, use it in the classroom, or simply enjoy playing with it.
PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS – Measures 6.5”L x 3”W x 4.2”H. For ages 3 and up.
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See the world like a chameleon using these unique gogglesRotate the eyes to see in multiple directions and even see behind you using the hidden side mirrors
Features an adjustable strap
One pair of goggles included
Pet Chameleons 101, All You Need To Know About Keeping & Breeding Chameleons
Thinking of getting a petchameleon or already own one? Confused about what caring for a chameleon involves? Pet Chameleons 101 will teach you all you need to know about pet chameleon care! Here is just a small section of what is covered in this great ebook:
-How to easily create a habitat for your chameleon that mirrors their natural environment and makes them feel right at home!
-13 conditions that are required to have a healthy pet chameleon – ignore even one of these conditions and the health of your pet could suffer dramatically!
-How to "chameleon-proof" your home – here's what you need to know to ensure your house is perfectly safe for your "new addition"!
-Why chameleons require exactly 12 hours of light a day and failure to receive this amount could have tragic effects on their health!
-The number one cause of death of chameleons in captivity and how to avoid it!
-How to clean a chameleon's enclosure without harming the chameleon!
-How to set up a great watering system that will ensure your chameleon has the fresh water it needs on a daily basis!
-How to maintain the proper temperature and humidity for your chameleon – plus, what "substrate" is and how to set it up correctly!
-What toys and decorations to include in your chameleon's habitat – as well as how to clean the cage
like a pro!
-And much, much more!
Chameleons: Care and Breeding of Jackson's, Panther, Veiled, and Parson's (Advanced Vivarium Systems)
The one and only chameleon is world renowned for its ability to change its skin color rapidly (throughout movement of pigment cells) and for the outrageous length of its tongue (more than one and a half times its body length!).
Relatives of agamids and iguanas, chameleons are insect-eating, tree climbingreptiles that have highly specialized needs.
Written by a team of experienced herp experts, Chameleons intends to instruct keepers on how to best care for their chameleons and covers the four most commonly kept species: Jackson’s chameleon with its prized triceratopshorns on its head, panther chameleon with its spectacular coloration, veiled chameleon with its unusual casque on its head, and the rather large Parson’s chameleon.
The book subsequently is divided into four parts, each including an introduction and natural history, captive care, and reproduction of the species. Part I, Jackson’s Chameleon was written by Sean McKeown; Part II, Panther Chameleon by Gary Ferguson, James B. Murphy, Achille Raselimanana, and Jean-Baptiste Ramanamanjato; Part III, Veiled Chameleon and Part IV, Parson’s Chameleon by Kenneth Kalisch.
References and index included.