Jackson's Chameleons are a mid-sized species of chameleons often recognized by the three horns that males have though they are absent from females. Similar to most other chameleons, Jackson's Chameleons are more of a display animal and do not deal well with handling. For this reason, they do not tend to make good pets for young children who may want to pick them up and interact with them.
Jackson's Chameleon eats a snail
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