What do chameleons eat? The chameleon is generally an omnivore, although some species of chameleons are carnivorous, as it is possible to identify herbivorous chameleons. Chameleons eat berries, leaves, fruits, insects, worms, snails, as well as small reptiles.
Because of the small size of the chameleon, they are often the target of predators. The most common predators that hunt for a chameleon are snakes and birds.
To store eggs, the chameleon digs a hole in the grass cover, in which you can put them. The hole can be 10 to 30 cm deep, but the depth of the hole generally depends on the species of chameleons.