The Panther Chameleon (Furcifer pardalis) is a species from the island of Madagascar. Across its natural range in Madagascar, male Panther Chameleons show extremely variable coloration at different locations. While geographical color morphs are fairly common among chameleon species, the Panther chameleon provides one of the best examples of this phenomenon. Numerous different color morphs exist among Panther chameleon populations at different locations (commonly referred to as locales) in Madagascar, and more are being described all the time. These locale names (named after the nearest town in the area where the morph is found) are used to describe the coloration and pattern of Panther chameleons in the local area.