Care for a Pet Chameleon
Many people believe that chameleons change their colors to blend in with their surroundings. They are partially right. Chameleons are natures quick-change artists. They can change their colors within a few moments. But they do it either to express their feelings or to help control their body temperature. This ability to change colors is only one of the things that make chameleons so interesting. Because they are so much fun to watch, many people like to keep chameleons as pets. Perhaps you would like to own a chameleon, too. This book will give you lots of information about chameleons and what you need to do to keep one as a pet. It will help you decide if its the right pet for youand if it is, to convince your parents that you and a chameleon would make a great pair.
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