The Common Flap-neck Chameleon is a large, well-known chameleon from South Africa common in suitable habitat.
This large chameleon is widely distributed across a range of habitat types and often translocated to areas well outside its natural range.
This chameleon ranges widely throughout the Escarpment of Mpumalanga and Limpopo Province, but further research using DNA sequencing techniques may reveal that this species could actually consist of several distinct species.
Setaro’s Dwarf Chameleon was considered to be threatened, but occurs in well-protected regions of north-eastern KwaZulu-Natal such as the iSimangaliso Wetland Park.
The KwaZulu Dwarf Chameleon inhabits one of the most rapidly developing regions in KwaZulu-Natal and vulnerable to habitat destruction.
One of our more colourful dwarf chameleons, they are found along the Garden Route from George to Witelsbos.