The canopy of Skull Island's jungle played host to the world's biggest and strangest chameleons. Evolving in isolation after some chance colonization several million years ago, they had grown to gigantic proportions and embraced a diet of high-energy canopy fruit. The largest variety was almost 3 feet long. Their natural climbing skills allowed the species to clamber into the highest branches to obtain their prizes, while their mimetic camouflage protected them from arboreal predators. A half dozen species developed on the island, most of them being exclusively fruit eaters. Two chameleons supplement their fruit with insects, when they could be found, while a third species dined entirely on sap and nectar.

  • Trident Chameleon (Chamaeleo cuspis - Trident Chameleon), 7-9 inches long
  • Chamelephant (Furcifer barrus - Elephant Rogue), 25-33 inches long
  • Honey-Tongue (Chameleo mellilingus - Honey-tongue Chameleon), 12-18 inches long
  • Fat Chameleon (Furcifer adipatus - Florid Rogue), 30-36 inches long