Chameleon in it's habitat
Chameleon in camouflage
A chameleon hides in a bunch of leaves.
A chameleon catching its food
A chameleon is sticking out its tongue to catch an insect.
Prey and predators
Chameleons have very few prey, they mostly eat food like berries and leaves. They do eat small animals. some of them are snails, flies, other insects, and some big chameleons will eat small mammals. Chameleons can use camouflage to sneak up on it's prey. Chameleons also have predators, some examples are birds, snakes, and some mammals.