Richmond Hill: Firefly Books, 2012.
Octavo, laminated boards, 112 pp. colour photographs.
A comprehensive introduction to chameleon biology, natural history and classification. This fully illustrated book begins by exploring chameleon evolution and classification, describing how they fit into life's evolutionary tree and revealing their close relations. Covering all of the 192 species of chameleon, the book explores species variation in size, shape, colour and markings. Provides details on reproduction and development, food and feeding habitat, distribution and where to view them in the wild. This book also looks at worldwide oconservation efforts and keeping chameleons pets, their care and breeding in captivity. Drawing on their vast experience, the authors provide an illuminating insight into the lives of these unusual animals.