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Chameleon 4 Horn behavior

Also known as the "Cameroon Bearded Chameleon," or "Quad," the Four-Horned Chameleon males will grow two to six horns on the tip of their noses. Though popular, Quads are not recommended for novice chameleon owners.

Four-Horned Chameleons are often extremely docile, even accepting other males in their enclosures. Of course, the enclosure should be large enough to keep them from having confrontations and some individuals are more aggressive than others.

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