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Reproduction of the flap-neck chameleon
One of the few times that a flap-neck chameleon may be seen on the ground is when it looks for mates or when a female is about to lay its eggs. After about trois months gestation, the female dig a nest in damp soil, to lay between 20 or 40 eggs, sometimes up to 60 eggs. Depending on environmental conditions, the eggs can take more than one year to hatch.
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