Meet the Jackson's Three-Horned Chameleon
The most popular and frequent subspecies kept in captivity is T.j.xantholophus, originating from the eastern foothils if Mt Kenya in Kenya.
It was by accident introduced some 4 decades ago also to the Hawaii Islands, where it builds a strong yet partly dwarfed and modified population, and is classified as an invasive species.
It is a species, that basically tollerates the xaptivity well.
CONDITIONED it is given relatively low temperatures in the 70s F and a inevitable night drop under 60F. At daytime it tolerates dry air but ag night it requires high humidity and fog.
If not provided these conditions, they suffer and die.