Chameleons are cold-blooded and require temperature regulation. Choose a chameleon that has been bred in captivity. Most chameleons lay eggs on the ground. They nest in preparation for laying eggs.
A chameleon will go down to the ground and dig a hole where they lay eggs. Once finished, they bury the eggs. They then leave the eggs to incubate and hatch on their own. Chameleons grow rapidly and mature one year after hatching.
Chameleons require a lot of attention to detail when first installing their enclosure. It is also necessary to maintain and monitor them daily by feeding, watering them and checking the temperature of their enclosure.