Borneo (Malaysian) Reptiles

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CHAMELEON FOREST DRAGON
Chameleon Forest Dragon (Gonocephalus chamaeleontinus) Gonocephalus are a medium-sized genus of distinctive-looking agamids distinguished by their cranial shape, which gives them the scientific and common name of "angleheads". A few have become established in captivity, although breeding remains sporadic. They are egg-layers. As with other agamids, there is a certain colour-changing ability in these lizards which owes mainly to mood rather than a desire to camouflage.