It's hard to say, but pictures would defidently help!
In the wild male chameleons will fight high up in the trees, pushing one another until the looser falls down onto the ground. The distance is much more, however the concrete could be the deciding factor. They are EXTREAMLY fragile creatures who require delicate care.
Keep a close eye on your guy and if you see any signs of him becoming weak I would defidently take him to the vet! Also check for any abnormalities on his body.
Chameleons only jump when they feel like they are totally cornered and under an eminent threat of death. They are literally exercising their last ditch effort to stay alive, that’s to jump into the unknown and hope they survive. Stop handeling your chameleon all together.
Awesome! They usually do. If I’m doing something in the cage I usually take the Cham out and let them climb around in a house plant so they don’t feel like they have to keep evading you as you move around the viv.
Wow beautiful colors... glad to hear hes alright... an ooh its a baby.. definitely quicker then adult... i was surprised by my guys speed when i first got him. Crawled quickly up my arm when i took him out of packaging