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Chameleon Collection

The Rainbow Panther Chameleon, scientifically known as Fucifer pardalis, is a captivating creature native to the enchanting island of Madagascar

Background imageChameleon Collection: Rainbow Panther Chameleon, Fucifer pardalis, Native to Madagascar

Rainbow Panther Chameleon, Fucifer pardalis, Native to Madagascar

Background imageChameleon Collection: Foot of a chameleon

Foot of a chameleon. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the foot of a chameleon. Chameleons are the only lizards with zygodactyle feet, or with toes in a pincer arrangement

Background imageChameleon Collection: Chameleon Madagascar

Chameleon Madagascar
WAT-2494 CHAMELEON - side view showing curled tail Madagascar Calumma parsonii cristifer M. Watson Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageChameleon Collection: Namaqua chameleon catching prey

Namaqua chameleon catching prey
Namaqua chameleon (Chamaeleo namaquensis) catching prey with its unfurled tongue. This tongue extends out extremely rapidly in just a few fractions of a second

Background imageChameleon Collection: Namaqua Chameleon - Showing the tongue retracting with prey - Namib Desert - Namibia - Africa

Namaqua Chameleon - Showing the tongue retracting with prey - Namib Desert - Namibia - Africa
KAT-459 Namaqua Chameleon - Showing the tongue retracting with prey Namib Desert - Namibia - Africa Chamaeleo namaquensis Karl Terblanche Please note that prints are for personal display purposes

Background imageChameleon Collection: Panther chameleon on a branch

Panther chameleon on a branch

Background imageChameleon Collection: Chameleon - male, showing eyes swiveling

Chameleon - male, showing eyes swiveling
JD-17811 Yemenese / Veiled CHAMELEON - Male showing eyes swiveling Chameleo calyptratus John Daniels Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageChameleon Collection: Chameleon, Madagascar, Africa

Chameleon, Madagascar, Africa

Background imageChameleon Collection: Panther chameleon (Furcifer pardalis) sitting on branch with black background, Nosy Faly

Panther chameleon (Furcifer pardalis) sitting on branch with black background, Nosy Faly, Madagascar

Background imageChameleon Collection: Horned Chameleon Lizard

Horned Chameleon Lizard in the Taronga Zoo, in Sydney AustraliaOctober 2006

Background imageChameleon Collection: Panther Chameleon - male - Lokobe Nature Special Reserve - Nosy Be - Northern Madagascar

Panther Chameleon - male - Lokobe Nature Special Reserve - Nosy Be - Northern Madagascar
MAR-1124 Panther Chameleon - male Lokobe Nature Special Reserve - Nosy Be - Northern Madagascar Furcifer pardalis Thomas Marent Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageChameleon Collection: Panther Chameleon - male hunting an insect - Andasibe-Mantadia National Park - Eastern-central

Panther Chameleon - male hunting an insect - Andasibe-Mantadia National Park - Eastern-central Madagascar
MAR-1178 Panther Chameleon - male hunting an insect Andasibe-Mantadia National Park - Eastern-central Madagascar Furcifer pardalis Thomas Marent Please note that prints are for personal display

Background imageChameleon Collection: Short-horned Chameleon / Elephant-eared Chameleon - hanging on to branch - Andasibe-Mantadia

Short-horned Chameleon / Elephant-eared Chameleon - hanging on to branch - Andasibe-Mantadia National Park
MAR-1173-C Short-horned Chameleon / Elephant-eared Chameleon - hanging on to branch Andasibe-Mantadia National Park - Eastern-central Madagascar Calumma brevicornis Thomas Marent Please note that

Background imageChameleon Collection: Giant Madagascar or Oustalets Chameleon, male (Furcifer oustaleti)

Giant Madagascar or Oustalets Chameleon, male (Furcifer oustaleti). Montagne des FranIuais Reserve Antsiranana, Northern Madagascar

Background imageChameleon Collection: Furcifer oustaleti, Oustalets Chameleon perched on a tree branch catching a fly by extending out

Furcifer oustaleti, Oustalets Chameleon perched on a tree branch catching a fly by extending out its tongue

Background imageChameleon Collection: German U-Boats

German U-Boats
Terrified by German U-boats, the English pretend to be neutral (the Norwegian and British merchant navy flags are conveniently similar !)

Background imageChameleon Collection: Rough Chameleon (Trioceros rudis) adult, on branch in montane rainforest habitat

Rough Chameleon (Trioceros rudis) adult, on branch in montane rainforest habitat, Nyungwe Forest N. P. Rwanda
Rough Chameleon (Trioceros rudis) adult, on branch in montane rainforest habitat, Nyungwe Forest N.P. Rwanda

Background imageChameleon Collection: Flap-neck Chamaeleon

Flap-neck Chamaeleon
PS-8024 Flap-neck Chameleon Chamaeleo dilepis Peter Steyn Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageChameleon Collection: Chameleon on branch. Madagascar

Chameleon on branch. Madagascar
GET-1228 Chameleon on branch Madagascar Calumma globifer Geoff Trinder Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageChameleon Collection: Chameleon animal art

Chameleon animal art
Justyna Jaszke

Background imageChameleon Collection: Chameleon1 animal art

Chameleon1 animal art
Justyna Jaszke

Background imageChameleon Collection: hunter

hunter
Sherif Abdallah

Background imageChameleon Collection: Namaqua chameleon

Namaqua chameleon
Thor Hakonsen

Background imageChameleon Collection: Presidential Office

Presidential Office
Anastasiia Grygorieva

Background imageChameleon Collection: Boyd's Forest Dragon

Boyd's Forest Dragon
Emanuel Papamanolis

Background imageChameleon Collection: Common flying dragon, Java dragon, draco volans, and two-horned chameleon, cameleon bifide

Common flying dragon, Java dragon, draco volans, and two-horned chameleon, cameleon bifide, Furcifer bifidus
FLO4645382 Common flying dragon, Java dragon, draco volans, and two-horned chameleon, cameleon bifide, Furcifer bifidus. Handcoloured copperplate stipple engraving from Jussieu's "

Background imageChameleon Collection: African animals including hippopotamus, chameleon, crocodile, snake, etc

African animals including hippopotamus, chameleon, crocodile, snake, etc. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by
FLO4620747 African animals including hippopotamus, chameleon, crocodile, snake, etc. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by from Giulio Ferrario's Costumes Antique and Modern of All Peoples

Background imageChameleon Collection: Medici Tigurini Historiae animalium

Medici Tigurini Historiae animalium
2626586 Medici Tigurini Historiae animalium; (add.info.: Illustration of a chameleon, from medici Tigurini Historiae animalium Historia animalium 1564; a veterinary anatomical book)

Background imageChameleon Collection: The forked nose Chameleon, 1837 (paper)

The forked nose Chameleon, 1837 (paper)
7340814 The forked nose Chameleon, 1837 (paper) by Potentien, Hyacinthe Yves Philippe (de Bougainville) (1781-1846); National Maritime Museum, London

Background imageChameleon Collection: Iguana, Cameleon and Salamanders - Iguana (Iguana), Iguana iguana 1, Mediterranean chameleon

Iguana, Cameleon and Salamanders - Iguana (Iguana), Iguana iguana 1, Mediterranean chameleon, Chamaeleo chamaeleon 2
FLO4574299 Iguana, Cameleon and Salamanders - Iguana (Iguana), Iguana iguana 1, Mediterranean chameleon, Chamaeleo chamaeleon 2, and fire salamander, Salamandra salamandra, Indian 3 and European 4

Background imageChameleon Collection: Animal board: Cameleon with forked nose (Chamaeleo bifidus) Saurian reptile

Animal board: Cameleon with forked nose (Chamaeleo bifidus) Saurian reptile
JAB5036759 Animal board: Cameleon with forked nose (Chamaeleo bifidus) Saurian reptile. In "Dictionnaire universel d'Histoire naturelle" by Mr

Background imageChameleon Collection: Common European or Mediterranean Cameleon and Gecko - Forte Water by Gottlieb Tobias Wilhelm

Common European or Mediterranean Cameleon and Gecko - Forte Water by Gottlieb Tobias Wilhelm (1758-1811)
FLO4724727 Common European or Mediterranean Cameleon and Gecko - Forte Water by Gottlieb Tobias Wilhelm (1758-1811), from Encyclopedie of Natural History: Amphibians

Background imageChameleon Collection: Chameleon forest dragon, Indian galeote, Gonocephalus chamaeleontinus, and desert agama

Chameleon forest dragon, Indian galeote, Gonocephalus chamaeleontinus, and desert agama, changing from Egypt
FLO4645383 Chameleon forest dragon, Indian galeote, Gonocephalus chamaeleontinus, and desert agama, changing from Egypt, Trapelus mutabilis

Background imageChameleon Collection: Le cameleon (Chamoeleon Calcaratus) - Plate extracted from Natural History by Bernard Germain de

Le cameleon (Chamoeleon Calcaratus) - Plate extracted from Natural History by Bernard Germain de Lacepede (1856-1925)
JAB4119336 Le cameleon (Chamoeleon Calcaratus) - Plate extracted from Natural History by Bernard Germain de Lacepede (1856-1925), edition P.Furme, Paris

Background imageChameleon Collection: Anatomical illustration

Anatomical illustration
2625718 Anatomical illustration; (add.info.: Anatomical drawing of a Chameleon by William Cheselden in Osteographia, or The anatomy of the bones. (London: 1733).); Universal History Archive/UIG

Background imageChameleon Collection: Chameleon, Chamaeleo chamaeleon (Common chamaeleon, Lacerta chamaeleon). Outline of prehensile tail

Chameleon, Chamaeleo chamaeleon (Common chamaeleon, Lacerta chamaeleon). Outline of prehensile tail
FLO4695122 Chameleon, Chamaeleo chamaeleon (Common chamaeleon, Lacerta chamaeleon). Outline of prehensile tail and tongue extended to catch a fly

Background imageChameleon Collection: Lizard species. Flying dragon, Draco volans, green iguana, iguana iguana, Chilean tree lizard

Lizard species. Flying dragon, Draco volans, green iguana, iguana iguana, Chilean tree lizard, Liolaemus chiliensis
FLO4684994 Lizard species. Flying dragon, Draco volans, green iguana, iguana iguana, Chilean tree lizard, Liolaemus chiliensis, helmeted iguana, Corytophanes cristatus, chameleon

Background imageChameleon Collection: Accordion, Aeronaut, Alligator, Aquarium, Armadillo, Barometer, Bastinado, Battering-ram

Accordion, Aeronaut, Alligator, Aquarium, Armadillo, Barometer, Bastinado, Battering-ram, Cassowary, Caterpillar
8650110 Accordion, Aeronaut, Alligator, Aquarium, Armadillo, Barometer, Bastinado, Battering-ram, Cassowary, Caterpillar, Cemetery, Chameleon (engraving) by German School

Background imageChameleon Collection: Chameleon

Chameleon
Martin Steck

Background imageChameleon Collection: I am Sorry My Bro

I am Sorry My Bro
Abdul Gapur Dayak

Background imageChameleon Collection: Smiley

Smiley
Mieke Suharini

Background imageChameleon Collection: got the prey

got the prey
Ajar Setiadi

Background imageChameleon Collection: A flap-necked chameleon, Chamaeleo Dilepis, in a tree. Ndutu, Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Tanzania

A flap-necked chameleon, Chamaeleo Dilepis, in a tree. Ndutu, Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Tanzania

Background imageChameleon Collection: Madagascar. Panther chameleon on tree limb

Madagascar. Panther chameleon on tree limb

Background imageChameleon Collection: got the fly

got the fly
Ajar Setiadi

Background imageChameleon Collection: Animalia Qvadrvpedia et Reptilia (Terra): Plate LIII, c. 1575/1580. Creator: Joris Hoefnagel

Animalia Qvadrvpedia et Reptilia (Terra): Plate LIII, c. 1575/1580. Creator: Joris Hoefnagel
Animalia Qvadrvpedia et Reptilia (Terra): Plate LIII, c. 1575/1580

Background imageChameleon Collection: Walking chameleon

Walking chameleon
Anne Ponsen

Background imageChameleon Collection: Senegal chameleon (Chamaeleo senegalensis) walking over flat ground, Allahein river, The Gambia

Senegal chameleon (Chamaeleo senegalensis) walking over flat ground, Allahein river, The Gambia




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The Rainbow Panther Chameleon, scientifically known as Fucifer pardalis, is a captivating creature native to the enchanting island of Madagascar. With its ability to change colors and blend into its surroundings, this chameleon truly lives up to its name. At the foot of a chameleon lies a world full of wonder and mystery. The vibrant hues of the Chameleon Madagascar are like an artist's palette come alive, showcasing nature's creativity at its finest. In the arid landscapes of Namibia's Namaqua region, we witness the incredible hunting skills of the Namaqua chameleon as it effortlessly catches prey with lightning-fast precision. Its tongue retracting with captured prey is a testament to its adaptability in surviving harsh desert conditions. Perched gracefully on a branch in Andasibe-Mantadia National Park in Eastern-central Madagascar, the Panther chameleon displays its majestic presence. Its eyes swivel independently, allowing it to survey its surroundings with unmatched vigilance. Venturing further into this diverse ecosystem reveals another fascinating inhabitant - the Horned Chameleon Lizard. With unique horns adorning their heads, these creatures seem almost otherworldly as they navigate through their natural habitat. Witnessing a male Panther Chameleon hunting an insect in Andasibe-Mantadia National Park is like observing nature's own ballet performance. Every movement is deliberate and precise as it stalks and captures its unsuspecting prey. Hanging onto branches amidst lush foliage in Eastern-central Madagascar, we find ourselves captivated by the Short-horned Chameleon or Elephant-eared Chameleon. Their ability to blend seamlessly into their environment showcases their remarkable camouflage skills. Oustalets Chameleons perched on tree branches demonstrate yet another astonishing feat - catching flies mid-air by extending out their tongues with lightning speed and accuracy. These intricate movements showcase both gracefulness and efficiency all at once.