I don't now...but I used to.
I had them back in about 1993 or 1994. I got 2.3 WC adults and in the following fall the 3 females produced a clutch of eggs each. I wasn't too experienced with chameleons at that point and was afraid to hibernate them although they did get a cooling off that winter. All the eggs that were fertile hatched and some of the babies I kept and since I couldn't get any more bred together. I wasn't worried about the genetic implications of this since I intended not to do it again in future generations and intended to keep all the babies myself. The eggs produced that year hatched as well....but there were fewer of them and I suspected that they were from retained sperm. The original adults were with me for several years and most of the babies I kept lived for 5 or 6 years too...but none of the babies produced eggs (which I'm almost sure had to do with me not hibernating them completely). I believe they were Moroccan but can't swear to it....its been a long time and my notes are stored away.
I don't know of anyone at all in this half of the world who has bred them before that or since. There was some people in Europe who did have some way back when who said they'd bred them but I don't know if they had success in following years either.
I realize that their rather plain colors make them less desirable as a pet, but I thought they were awesome! I also like plain old Senegals though too.
You can see a few photos of mine from "way back when" here...
I'm from Europe, and where i live they are in the wild
i found them when they were REALLY young , (couldnt be older than 2-3 days old, and they were still together!)..
Many people kill them here, because of a stupid myth of them being dangerous..
including the 1 i currently have, i've had 7 so far, which 2 i released my self in the forest, 1 escaped and 1 died (RIP)...
I didnt really try breeding them , so i never had CB babies, but those i got now really act like CB!
if i run across a male WC , i may try breeding them
actually i'm from Cyprus
and trust me , i love and admire those creatures.. the only reason i would keep some is to either help them survive, or in the future, repopulate..
and there's nothing illegal in the matter, as my dad's work is to protect the endangered species in Akama's forest xD
btw too much chameleon forums reading confused me, i said sold in a post instead of release, glad i could edit it...lol, the exact opposite meaning