I don't know if a thread like this has been done lately. A forum search engine search didn't bring up any similar subject threads, so here goes. Let's see pictures of your older (geriatric ) chameleons. Reason is: one of the questions we get asked most often is how long do chameleons live. Our longest living chameleon was Guido, our first chameleon, a male veiled who passed away at the age of 8. But we still have Pegasus, a male panther, from Kammerflage Kreation's Bilbo line. We acquired him up here in Washington State from a Craigslist ad, of all things, in 2007. He has been in our care since. We believe he hatched in 2006. He is a cross morph (Nosy Be/Ambanja), so I think we only ever bred him 1 time. Guido in his prime: Old Guido, age 7 years: Pegasus, when we first got him in 2007: Pegasus today after his personal shower, age 6 years. As he aged red dots appeared: Both Guido and Pegasus required personal showers to stay hydrated and also a bit of handfeeding. Pegasus will still eat and drink on his own but barely enough to sustain himself. He is still very active, climbing about daily and likes to be placed where he can ogle the ladies. He also still comes forward and reaches out to be held and coddled.