Scientific Name: Chamaeleo johnstoni
Common Name: Johnston’s Chameleon
Difference in Sex: male has 3 forward-projecting horns; females lack horns.
Habitat: Forest edge and secondary growth, Eastern Congo, Rwanda, Burundi, western Uganda.
Size: Males to 280 mm TL.
Number of young at birth:
Enemies: Birds of prey, snakes
Credits: Robert C. Drewes, PhD, Department of Herpetology, California Academy of Sciences.