Latin name: Trioceros jacksonii
Native Home: Jacksons Chameleons are native to East Africa, but also introduced to Hawaii, Florida, and California.
Size: Female: 10 – 13 in. (Adult), Male: 9 – 13 in. (Adult)
Diet: Jacksons Chameleons live primarily on a diet of small insects. They also prey on centipedes, isopods, millipedes, spiders, lizards, small birds, and snails in their native habitat
Reproduction: Jacksons Chameleons gives birth to offspring between 8-30 young are born after a 5-6-month gestation.
Lifespan: Jacksons Chameleons can live 5 – 10 years in captivity.