The veiled chameleon (Chamaeleo calyptratus) is a species of chameleon native to the Adult males are brighter with more defined bands of yellow or blue and some mottling. Coloration can be affected by several factors, including social.
Male and female chameleons have different coloring. Female and juvenile chameleons are tan-brown with bits of pink or orange, while adult.
Adult male veiled chameleons may reach a total length of 2 feet, and females can attain approximately 18 inches, making the veiled chameleon one of the larger.