Chameleon Nation now ships International. If you would like to import your own
order please contact us
We have various size cages, lights and fixtures available. All our supplies are imported
from the U.S.A.
We have a very large list of feeder options. Not all are posted here so if you don't see
something that you would like, please contact us.
After an extensive search
of the globe, we have been able to obtain chameleons from WC stock, top U.S., Canadian, and European breeders. We strive to
bring you high color, healthy chameleons of different species. We offer a two week guarantee on all our animals and stand
behind them 100%. Our animals are offered the cleanest drinking water through a reverse osmosis (R/O) system. Our Misting
system, provided by Mist King, is hooked directly into the R/O and provides the purest water to all our chameleons throughout the day.
Chameleon Nation was the first breeders to import the Nosy
Faly and Nosy Mitsio panther locales to Canada from the U.S. and Madagascar.We are presently expanding our
projects in our more rare locales and expect to have breeding pairs available later into the year.
This will be an exciting year for Canadians with more and more hobbyists
getting into the chameleon trade each day. From students to grandparents this is turning out to be an addictive, one of a
kind hobby for us all.
Nature's true beauty shines in these majestic tree lions. Some
are completely isolated to small parts of Madagascar, Africa, southern Europe and Asia.
Chameleons can rotate their eyes 360 degrees and look at two completely different objects at the same time. They have five
toes that are zygodactylous which allows them to grasp tree branches just like our thumbs
and fingers grasp objects. Each chameleon species has a group of colors and patterns that is designed for camouflage. Their
skin color is influenced by the chameleons moods. Brightest and most brilliant colors are shown when stressed, male to male
display, during mating, and can even be observed while sleeping.
Most chameleon species are egg layers, but some such as Jacksons, do give birth to live young. Their numbers in the wild are
diminishing so it is essential that we do our part to see that these unique animals have a future, both in the wild and in
There is nothing like seeing the smile on
someone's face when they see a chameleon fire it's tongue out for the first time. That in itself makes it all worth while.
Drew, Tamara & little Trinity.
Next upcoming show.....Woodbine
Toronto has yet another
new location for a reptile expo. We will have, Ambilobe, Nosy Faly, and Quadricornis for sale and on display. We
are excited to see what the new location will bring. Stop by the booth to say hi and have a look at some stunning chameleons.
Tamatave babies sired by Helios available now.
$350, Females $250.
We have both red and blue bar Ambilobes to choose from. Both specimens fire up a bright
yellow background highlighted by thick red and blue barring.
Our Ankaramy panthers come from top U.S. breeders. The males are a greenish-grey color
at rest and fire up a brilliant pink background highlighted with dark pink polka dots covering the entire body.
Our Nosy Be's come from both top U.S. and Canadian breeders. Males fire up a deep blue
that almost seems to glow at times. Some get a baby blue to almost white background accented by thick blue and black barring.
This particular group of Nosy Faly's are the first in Canada. The Nosy Faly males
fire up an extremely clean, white background with various shades of blue barring. They get vibrant red dots covering their
entire body that are truly one of a kind. They have been labeled with the designer name "Oorana Mena" which means
red rain. Pictures do not do justice with these guys, you have to see it to believe it.
Chameleon Nation was the first to bring this stunning locale to Canada as well. The Nosy
Mitsio males are a dark to lime green at rest and fire up an extreme yellow with green marble pattern up the sides of
the body. The bright yellow background is accented by glowing red eyes that makes this locale one of a kind.
Jackson Chameleons are known for their horns. Unlike the rest of our colony this species
gives birth to live young with a gestation period of about 5-10 months.
Veiled chameleons are probably the most common chameleon species amongst the trade. We
have a fast growing number of these little guys that required a whole other facility. Veiled chameleons are a great starter
chameleon and are a little more forgiving than most other chameleons.
Quadricornis have a very distinct "sail fin" at the base of their tail. The
males have between 4-6 horns on the tip of their nose. Unlike the jackson chameleons their horns curve up to the sides whereas
the jacksons point straight out. The females lay small clutches of eggs that are normally about twice the size of a panther
or veiled egg.
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