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JacksJill
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"Help". "Need Help" and "Help Please", are not good thread titles. Give us something to go on before we open it and see we don't even know the species that you have. There are dozens possibly hundreds of pages of these titles. I really want to help people with their chameleons but I only have so...
littlekiwi
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Hello! So some people have seen, my girl is laying her first clutch. It is very tense in my house, as she has had MBD. Being friends with Sweet Pea’s owner has helped me immensely, however it does not take away every anxiety. My exotic vet and I talk quite frequently. He has helped with Kiwi’s...
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I was a little concerned about Norbert the other day as he decided to not eat his normally favorite feeders. I have been increasing the dubias and decreasing the crickets and he decided he was going to wait on the supers. I don't give him many nor very often, but I think he was mad at me!! He...
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I really like Bean Beetles, Callosobruchus maculatus, as a feeder for baby chameleons in combination with other feeders. I have used them to feed clutches of Jackson's, Hoehneli and know panther breeders who use them with success as well. I will discuss their care and use in the form of a pros...
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Hello! I've had my baby Veiled Cleo for a week now and she is doing great! She is a female veiled around 3 months old and loves her new enclosure! I am currently working on getting her to handfeed she will come near my hand and hide in one of her plants but will not come close enouph to eat (any...
littlekiwi
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Hello my children. so as a first time cham owner, i have become concerned. i gave my girl wax worms (heard they’re good and heard they’re not, tbh haven’t made up my mind.) and her feces looks very different from normal. she does have enough hydration and such. just not sure.
littlekiwi
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Well our little girl is gravid! It’s very difficult for me to believe. I’m not sure when she will lay, but any advice on a lay bin is welcome and appreciated.
littlekiwi
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Hello! I haven’t posted in a bit! Kiwi has made a full recovery, and is now climbing and back to being very happy and content. I am THRILLED will the progress!
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We did it everyone. she’s using her tongue and climbing all over the place and i am overjoyed. some on this site know of my stubbornness and it has paid off for once in my life. my girl did it!
littlekiwi
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Being honest here i feel like my work is doing nothing. like i started to see real progress and now it’s all stagnant when i’m doing the same things and giving her all the right stuff. i’m so tired. maybe people were right and i should give her to a rescue person because i don’t know if i can...
Our helm has totally firmed! i’m so proud and i appreciate your suggestions on my last blog post. she’s beginning to love the outdoors more and more. keep praying and you can follow her instagram if you’d like for updates twice a day!
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Story time! I've wanted a chameleon ever since I knew you could own one as a pet honestly. When I was about 8 I saw one in person. Before I saw it I thought they were made up like unicorns. A couple years later I learned that they can be pets and I went nuts and started studying. Fast-forward to...
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some people know my chameleon Kiwi has developed bad MBD. when i took her to her vet they told me many things i could do and things to alter such as lighting and supplements. i don’t handle her very much to let her learn to use her legs and she’s still on the ground not using her tongue to eat...
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Here is a list of things I have so far for my bioactive chameleon enclosure(s)- I am planning to get one 24x24x48 habitat (male)?x1 And one 18x18x36 habitat (female) ?x1 ?=purchased Lighting- T5 HO linear bulb (Arcadia ProT5 UVB) (x1)($30) ? T5 HO linear bulb + FIXTURE (x1)($65) ? Fluker's...
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Today is extra fun! Briana O'Brien from Kammerflage Kreations joins me and we just shoot the "shelter in place" breeze! We talk current events, discuss our current projects, and we just get to know her a little better. And, yes, we do get the toilet paper update. I know everyone wants to know...
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Today we consider how to deal with our time now that many of us are spending this time at home. If we are working from home, how do we stay productive? If we are out of work, what do we do with our time? Luis Wiedemann, a long time reptile keeper, comes on and shares how he has successfully...
Well, we are in the second day of "Shelter in Place". Yesterday was VERY strange! All non-essential businesses are closed and there are no gatherings of people. The world I used to know is strangely silent as most of life is now behind closed doors. I talk about that new reality and I answer a...
Kaizen
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The Philosophy of Gutloading 5. Insects and the work they do As I said previously, I was under the impression that though chameleons can’t digest many of the gutload ingredients we use, they can certainly access the nutrients of these ingredients via the gut contents of our feeder insects. In...
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The Philosophy of Gutloading Acknowledgements I would like to thank Anthony Herrel and Walter Tapondjou for their helpful advice on where to look for relevant papers. 1. Introduction Recently, it was suggested to me that our current gutloading practices might be wrong-headed. In particular, I...
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The coronavirus infection worsens and the Silicon Valley/San Francisco area goes under "Shelter in Place". There is a new perspective on whether we will continue to get feeders shipped. And I discuss the two things to plan for in order to have an enjoyable chameleon baby raising experience...
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