Sambava Panther Chameleons are a very popular panther chameleon. Sambava is a small island off the coast of Madagascar home of these beautiful Sambava panther chameleons. The Sambava Panther Chameleon is the third most common sub species of panther chameleon partly because it has some outstanding colors including some beautiful blues, turquoise, purples and greens. The panther Chameleon is easily the most gorgeous colored and easiest to handle of all species of pet chameleon for sale.
Sambava Panther Chameleons are fairly docile and males are known for being even “friendly”. It is not uncommon for male panther chameleons to venture to your arm when you come to their habitat to feed them.
It is a common misconception that panther chameleons of any kind can change color to match any color of their environments. All chameleons have a natural color range with which they are born, and is dictated by their species. It is affected by temperature, mood, and light. If, for example, the color purple is not within the range of colors to which their particular species can change, then they will never turn purple. Panther chameleons are at the top of the list when it comes to care requirements. An Sambava Panther chameleon for sale will make a great first time chameleon keeping experience. Sambava Panther chameleons do not have extreme care needs like others in the chameleon world. They can adapt to changes in temp and humidity much better then most other chameleons can. For this reason Panther chameleons for sale should not be over looked just because of their higher price, they are by far and away the crown jewel of all Chameleons for sale. A captive bred Panther Chameleon for sale will be much hardier then any WC chameleon out there.
With a Biologist ON SITE, all of our Sambava panther chameleons for sale online come with our live arrival and full 7 day health guarantee. Our Sambava Panther Chameleons for sale are ready to ship to your door via UPS in heated or cooled containers and will arrive the morning after shipment. Typically they leave here around 5pm and are on your doorstep the next morning between 9 and noon.