The following images were not obtained during any sort of camping in forests with severe and/or adverse conditions. They also did not require any serious planning and understanding of animal behavior to demonstrate my dedication as a photographer. I simply went to a place where a collection of these fine creatures have been put together, waited for the pose and clicked. This place is called a ZOO! :)
Meller's Giant Chameleon
Meller's Giant One Horned Chameleon are the largest species of chameleons from the African mainland. The basic coloration of the creature is a deep forest green with white stripes, but like many chameleons it can change its color depending on various circumstances. If being fed or handled they might display black and white dots. When basking in the sun, the side of their body towards the sunlight can turn dark green or black, while the rest of the animal stays much lighter .
They also have color patterns associated with stress. Mild excitement or stress is indicated by dark spotting overlaying the reptile's normal color. These dark green spots turn to black mottling as the chameleon gets more upset. Severe stress turns the chameleon first charcoal gray, followed by pure white adorned with yellow stripes. A sick Meller's Chameleon may be mottled with brown, gray, pink, or white