This one was quite unique though! While BJ and Seth were holding it, it clasped it's little "hands" together and looked just like it was praying!
We got some laughs out of our "praying" chameleon. Maybe he was praying for freedom? Well, he got it. That same night, BJ and Seth took the chameleon out to one of the trees in the garden and let it go free. Seth enjoyed it for a day, but he wanted to let it live. We have found that they do not do very well in captivity. So every time Seth finds a chameleon, he plays with it and loves on it for a day, then bravely lets it go. By now, he knows another one will show up before too long. They seem to be plentiful here in Kenya! Although, I do not actually touch the chameleons, they do not creep me out like they used to because they move very slowly. When creepy crawlers move fast, that is when I have serious problems with them!