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  • Building Trust With Your Chameleon
    Your welcome! Just don't get discouraged. It may take a while just sitting there for him to learn that your not going to attack him. Remember to...
  • Building Trust With Your Chameleon
    Thanks for the reply and I'll give it a shot. This will be a good test of my patience as well as a bonding with Drake.
  • Building Trust With Your Chameleon
    There is no 1 correct answer. They all have their own personality. I will say that for the first 2 weeks Beman's cage was next to my desk. He got...
  • Building Trust With Your Chameleon
    I have a male veiled that is 6 months old and have had him for about 2 months now. Not going to be easy as he will retreat to a hiding place as...
  • Building Trust With Your Chameleon
    Beman looks like he his the most relaxed chameleon ever! Thanks again for all the help

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Introduction to Trioceros montium We have made landfall on the Western coast of Cameroon and are slowly making our way up in elevation. At around 700 meters above sea level we start to see one of the best known of the Cameroon species, Trioceros montium. This is one of the most confused when you...
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Natural History of Trioceros quadricornis Welcome to this World Species entry by Bill Strand and featuring the breeding insight of Jurgen Van Overbeke! We are still in Cameroon, but we are moving up in elevation. It seems like Cameroon likes its horned chameleons because the next species is the...
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Natural History of Trioceros oweni Cameroon is home to some very diverse species. When they are imported and you see their names next to each other on a price list you miss how incredibly different they all are. In this series on Cameroon species we have started in the lowlands with T. cristatus...
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There are so many reasons why it is important for a Chameleon to trust their Keeper. As Humans we want them to love us the way we love them. But realistically this is not how your Chameleon is going to think of you. You are simply their Keeper. You are the provider of their needs. While I am a...
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Natural History of Trioceros serratus Today we hike higher in the mountains of Cameroon and travel up Mount Oku where we encounter the most colorful chameleon in Cameroon, Trioceros serratus, appropriately nicknamed the Peacock Chameleon. This is a small chameleon and is about the size of the...
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Welcome to another installment of our World Chameleon Species Tour hosted by myself and featuring the breeding expertise of Jurgen Van Overbeke! Natural History We have been exploring the chameleon diversity of Cameroon and have started at sea level. The lowland species of T. cristatus and T...
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This is a controversial topic, and so I want to preface this with a quick memo... This post is just a product of my experience with my first chameleon ever. I'm in no way, shape, or form, an experienced keeper. I am in no way, shape, or form an expert. I write my blog posts a little bit for the...
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Leon passed away recently. A week before it happened he was being his normal self, but as soon as i noticed that he wasn't drinking as much as he was, i took him to a chameleon vet in my area. I gave them his poop and pee from that day to see what was wrong. He was being very lethargic all of a...
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Welcome to the first post of the World Chameleon Species Tour where we are exploring the chameleons of the world with our tour guide, Jurgen Van Overbeke! Today we have made landfall on the western shore of Africa in a country called Cameroon. The Republic of Cameroon Introduction to Trioceros...
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Good Morning! I am working with Jurgen Van Overbeke to give a tour around the world to introduce the community to the world's most prominent chameleon species! So every week we will feature a new species. Jurgen will be offering his insight as one of the world's most active breeders of different...
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All Time fly’s when you’re having fun! Within the last month Camille has really come out of her shell, she has taken three showers in the sink ( don’t worry we traded the water ). We have gotten her out of her cage more than two hands Can count; she has even trusted me to take her outside...
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First off, if you haven't already heard this, you've got to do lots of research about all aspects of chameleon care before you're really ready to get a chameleon. If you're thinking, "it's okay, I can just get one and figure it out along the way," then you are doing it wrong and you will most...
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It’s been too long and boy how Chamlie has grown. She definitely shows us her personality and she is definitely a desert chameleon, she gets so upset when it’s not hot hot in her cage and she just loves the heat. I have been working on getting more in her home like the other plant and continue...
I'm just picking up from part 1. No need to re-introduce everything. For funsies skip to the story above the last picture in this post! Branches - I got a bundle of sticks/branches from the woods and spent a whole afternoon cleaning them up. I like to take a sharp utility knife and whittle off...
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The past few months I've been focusing my love for Pepe towards his cage upgrade (and a few other small details), and I think today I finally reached a point of completion. I'll definitely give the details (and pics) needed for anyone who might be going through the same stages in chameleon care...
It’s been awhile. My sister moved out of our house and I got to take over her bedroom. This means that I finally have a window that works! Which also means, Leon can climb on the new pothos plant that hangs right infront if the window, all on the curtains, and if he wants he can climb from there...
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Chamlie has definitely let her personality shine, she does not like us much unless we have food. She adores the dogs and will go where ever she can in her home to watch the dogs it’s actully quite funny. I would say her favorite things to do are hang/watch the dogs,eatting and when it’s...
Advanced LED Lighting 102 - This blog is a collective of information myself (and others, if they wish it to be included) have gathered, about Advanced LED Lighting for Chameleons. A step far and beyond, the prefabbed LEDs on Amazon! For those that want more for their plants and animals!
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Today Chamlie actually ate some worms! She was all over cage exploring looking for the crickets, this is the only time she is truly happy. No cal worms just not her style until this morning I think she was starving but she is eatting crickets like crazy. I know she’s growing so I’m doing my...
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Chamlie was moody today, she was caught hanging out over her laying bin serveral times so I don’t know if she was hunting or actually looking lay eggs. She was not into worms at all I think she prefers crickets . I added more ivy to her home but I don’t think she likes it she stays far away from...
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