CBP: Kenyan Xantholophus Jackson’s Chameleons

Feb 28, 2018
On the Web
by Editor in Chief

On the Web - In the United States, the large xantholophus Jackson’s chameleons we see are almost all from a feral population on Hawaii. But this magnificent chameleon originated in Kenya, Africa. The newly started Kenyan Xanth Project is spearheading the effort to bring back the founder genetics. On this episode of Chameleon Breeder Podcast we learn about the natural environment of Trioceros jacksonii xantholophus, the yellow-crested Jackson’s chameleon, from world-renowned chameleon expert and author, Petr Necas who is, at the moment of this episode release, in Kenya studying them in the wild.

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