This super cool chameleon is called the Transvaal Dwarf Chameleon (Bradypodion transvaalens) and the photos you see above are all of males displaying their bright coloration to either 1. attract a mate or 2. intimidate other males. I really like the patterns on these guys; they almost remind me of little tigers!
The babies, however, don’t match their adult forms initially. They’re only about the size of a penny when little (as shown below) and are a dull brown to blend in with their surroundings. Even once full grown, these guys don’t get very big – attaining a maximum size that’s shown in the 2nd to last photo above. Guess that’s where the ‘dwarf’ part of their name comes in!