Labord’s Chameleon

Mountain Dragon

Chameleon Enthusiast
I just saw a fact on cf about Labord’s Chameleons and that they live very short, I just looked them up and they look really cool! Does anybody keep them if so drop a photo bc these guys are interesting I didn’t do much reading so I don’t know if people sell them and stuff
 

DonKeesh

Established Member
There are many species of chameleon that die out during the dry season after they mate, and only last a few months to a year. Even some more common species like veilds have been observed having very short lives in the wild. It would be interesting to see if labord's would live longer in captivity with proper care.
 

Mountain Dragon

Chameleon Enthusiast
Here’s photos
 

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There are many species of chameleon that die out during the dry season after they mate, and only last a few months to a year. Even some more common species like veilds have been observed having very short lives in the wild. It would be interesting to see if labord's would live longer in captivity with proper care.
I believe @kinyonga has posted an article about this before, where it detailed them lasting ~1 year on max. I’ll see if I can find the thread
 
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