Chameleons are found primarily in Africa and Madagascar. The family also extends from Southern Europe through Asia to Sri Lanka and southern India. Some species have been introduced to California and Florida, but these colonies seem to be very small. Species that are adapted to open or rocky habitats are often found at very high densities locally. The forest-dwelling species are usually found in much smaller numbers than their savannah-dwelling relations, although the ground-dwelling species (Brookesia) have been discovered to occur at similar densities in both savannah and forest habitat types of Madagascar.

Chameleons are found primarily in Africa and Madagascar.

Chameleons are found primarily in Africa and Madagascar. However, they can also be found in the following countries:

  • Sri Lanka
  • India
  • Southern Europe (e.g., Spain)
  • Asia (e.g., China)
  • Africa

The family also extends from Southern Europe through Asia to Sri Lanka and southern India.

Chameleons are found in Africa and Madagascar, as well as Southern Europe through Asia to Sri Lanka and southern India. They can also be found in South America, North America (in the United States) and throughout Europe, Asia, and Africa. Chameleons are native to Australia.

Some species have been introduced to California and Florida, but these colonies seem to be very small.

Some species have been introduced to California and Florida, but these colonies seem to be very small. The introductions appear to be accidental or deliberate releases into the wild. Chameleons are not native to California or Florida, so finding them there is uncommon.

Species which are adapted to open or rocky habitats are often found at very high densities locally.

Species that are adapted to open or rocky habitats are often found at very high densities locally. This is because they have evolved to use the vegetation as cover, escaping easily into it when threatened. Open habitats vary depending on the species but can include savannahs, forests, and arid habitats. Tropical chameleons (Chamaeleo brevicaudatus and C. guttatus) tend to live in tropical rainforests whereas their cousins in the Southern Hemisphere (C. kikuyuensis) live in dry bushland areas of Kenya and Tanzania.

The forest-dwelling species are usually found in much smaller numbers than their savannah-dwelling relations, although the ground-dwelling species (Brookesia) have been discovered to occur at similar densities in both savannah and forest habitat types of Madagascar.

The forest-dwelling species are usually found in much smaller numbers than their savannah-dwelling relations, although the ground-dwelling species (Brookesia) have been discovered to occur at similar densities in both savannah and forest habitat types of Madagascar. The non-tree-dwelling species have been introduced to California and Florida but these colonies seem to be very small. Chameleons are also found throughout Africa, Madagascar, Asia, Europe and parts of North America where they can be commonly seen on sale or wild-caught rather than having been bred there as well.

Chameleons can be found throughout the world, however, they are not all native just like any other reptile they do get transported into other countries.

Chameleons are found throughout the world, however, they are not all native just like any other reptile they do get transported into other countries. Chameleons are found primarily in Africa and Madagascar. The family also extends from Southern Europe through Asia to Sri Lanka and southern India. Some species have been introduced to California and Florida, but these colonies seem to be very small compared with those in their original range.

In conclusion, chameleons are found all over the world, but they are not native to every part of the world. They have been transported by humans and their natural behavior has led them to new homes in many of the countries that they have been transported too.

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