Usually chameleon green (or brown – at rest), but, as we know, these animals change color when experiencing fear, defend territory or interact with the opposite sex. Responsible for chameleons Michael McFadden said: “You can see the shades of green, yellow, celadon and even dark brown – depending on their temperature, mood, and so on. But they do not change color depending on the color of the environment, the background – as we show in the cartoons. ”
According to McFadden, showing chameleon public zoo hopes to draw attention to the reptiles and their conservation in the wild.
Chameleon Kids from the Zoo “Taronga” in Sydney, Australia: