Do chameleons have teeth?
Chameleons have teeth that are specifically made for crunching insects. They are sharp and tiny. Chameleon teeth are so tiny that they are difficult to see with the naked eye! … Unlike humans, chameleons do not have replacement teeth.
What are baby chameleons called?
Offspring. Chameleons are different from many reptiles because some of the species, like the Jackson's chameleon, have live births. These species can give birth to eight to 30 young at one time after a gestation of four to six months. While the young are born live instead of in an egg, they started as an egg.