Vailed Chameleon

The veiled chameleon (Chamaeleo calyptratus) is an arboreal species. It is native to the south-western Arabian Peninsula where the climate is semi-arid and tropical.
The veiled chameleon is primarily insectivorous. Like other chameleons, the veiled chameleon has the ability to capture large prey but their diets mainly consist of small prey However, it is one of several chameleon species also known to consume plant matter.

Males grow to around 17-24 inches in length and females around 14 inches, they grow casques on their head and are born as pastel green before growing stripes and more colorful as they grow. They are known for their variable color changes due to a variety of factors, including to show aggression, social status, reproduction, and stress. Females live around 5 years and males live for around 8 and they breed a few times a year.