The Common Chameleon (Chamaeleo chamaeleon) is an introduced specie of chameleon
and which has become naturalised. It is generally found on tree branches hunting for
insects and other arthropods which it catches by its very long tongue. The eyes of the
chameleon can be moved independently of each other and the reptile can also change
its colour apparently in response to environmental stimuli and communication with other
members of its specie.