Natal Dwarf Chameleons

The Natal Midlands Dwarf Chameleon (Bradypodion thamnobates), also known under the longer common name of KwaZulu-Natal Midlands Dwarf Chameleon, is a chameleon native to woodland habitat in the Midlands area of the South African province
of KwaZulu-Natal.
Natal Dwarf chameleons are found between Balgowan and Rosetta in the KZN Midlands.
Its length is 19 cm (7.6 in). They have bulbous scales of varying colors scattered around the body. Their head crests are yellow, with white skin on their throat. Males have a short orange stripe around the middle of their body and red spotted eyelids, whereas females are brown with smaller helmet-like protrusions.

They are very territorial, and must not be moved from where they are found. They have live babies in June & December.
It is an endangered species. (Classified as a Near Threatened species by the IUCN.) It is used in local folk medicine.