- With a size of a house cat, the panther chameleon is among the largest chameleons in the world. They measure 17-20 inches in length. This large species of the chameleon is native to the Madagascar Island. The panther chameleons are also famous for their striking technicolor skin.
- Panther chameleons inhabit in the coastal areas and islands of central and Northwestern parts of Madagascar. The color pattern of their skin varies with the location they live in. The skin color ranges from orange, red, blue, dark green or blue-green with different stripes and spots. The male panther chameleons are more colorful than the females.
- Panther chameleons have the power to change their color with incredible speed. This spectacular color changing doesn’t merely depend on the change of location. It is also affected by their state of emotion, health, temperature variation, and light intensity.
- The male panther chameleons display such an amazing skin color transformation during breeding season or on defense. The female chameleons usually have a dull color of gray or brown. But, during breeding season they also become pale or orange to pink in color.