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Meller's Chameleon


Species group:
 Chameleons

Other name: Giant One-horned Chameleon

Scientific name: Trioceros melleri

Range/Habitat: The Meller's Chameleon is native to the savannahs and interior mountains of East Africa. It is the largest chameleon species which is not native to the island of Madagascar.

Reviews
Owners say:
Wonderful:
stunning chameleon, display animals
Challenging:
small appetites, constant misting, care requirements, handling, large arboreal setup, wild caught animals
Interesting:
bigger chameleon, live plants, UVB lighting, enormous tongue, multiple basking spots, pretty rare species
Overall review
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3.7 (3)
Athravan
Meller's Chameleon are a pretty rare species and requ...
Review by: Athravan (77) June 18, 2015 16:26
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3.00
stat_u
This is shockingly a very rare Chameleon to come acro...
Review by: stat_u (164) May 28, 2012 20:10
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4.00
UpstateNYPets
Chameleons of all species are often not very hardy in...
Review by: UpstateNYPets (44) August 31, 2011 14:52
  • Currently 100
4.00
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Learn more (3 videos)
Chamaeleo melleri / Giant One-horned C...
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The Meller's Chameleon
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Large Mellers Chameleon
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Feeding (1 video)
Mellers Chameleon eating silkworm
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Caring for (1 video)
Meller's Chameleon Hatching
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