Male Jackson’s chameleons have three horns on their head. Because of this feature, these chameleons are also known as three-horned chameleons. The horns are used to defend territory.
- Instead of drinking water, they lick dew from leaves.
- The female Jackson’s chameleon carries her young inside her body.
- Jackson’s chameleons are insectivores meaning they eat insects and other arthropods.
|Conservation status||Least Concern|