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Old 10-01-2009, 02:45 PM
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sexing baby VEILED CHAMELEON

hi,ive had my veiled chameleons from jan 09 and the female laid 34 egg and 34 eggs has hatched (lol) there 10days old,but i no some of my friends want to buy some off me,but i no you cant have a female by herself,i just need to know how long i have to wait before i can tell there sex.

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Old 10-01-2009, 02:47 PM
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You can tell once they hatch! males have spurs on there hind feet, females dont..
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Old 10-01-2009, 02:58 PM
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What makes you think you can't have a female by herself?
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Yeah it's called a tarsal spur, it looks kind of like a 'heel' or a stub toe at the back of the foot on both hind legs.

I'd also like to know what you mean when you say you can't have a female by herself?
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why do you think that u cant have a female aloe dont listen to the rubbish if she isnt mated she will die
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why do you think that u cant have a female aloe dont listen to the rubbish if she isnt mated she will die
Bradley, I read your post wrong! No, females will not die if they are kept alone or if they are not mated. They are more likely to have health problems due to stress if they are kept with another cham.
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