Just before Veiled Chameleons
shoot their sticky tounge out, they focus both eyes on the
prey to judge how far away it is. This lizards
tongue is able to latch onto the prey which has not had any
time to react and bring it back to the Veiled Chameleon.
The male Veiled Chameleon differs from females
in that they have spurs on the bottom of their feet. Males
also have a larger crest on the top of their head.