From NationalGeographicVideo, produced by National Geographic
Watch how mother chameleons lay their eggs and then how these eggs have to fend for themselves in this movie. This movie shows the Africa's flapneck chameleons in action. Contrary to popular belief, chameleons do not change skin color as camouflage. Instead, their skin responds to temperature, light, and movement. The video is also an example of animal instinct (as the babies emerge from their eggs and eat their first meal.) Run time 02:33.