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, 7-9 inches long
Elephant Rogue, 25-33 inches long
Honey-tongue Chameleon, 12-18 inches long
Florid Rogue, 30-36 inches long