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Now I just add sticks and plants by inserting their ends through the mesh. You can secure the more with twist ties. It is best to pack plenty of plants in there. This way the feeder insects will disperse and all the animals can get a meal rather than the biggest one rampaging and eating...
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CLICK TO SEE MORE PICS The hinged top layer allows for easy access to the interior for cleaning and decorating. A special bottom layer keeps chameleons off the bottom. With the framework complete I can fill the cage with vegetation. (If you use this guide please credit me by providing a link...
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In this part I add vinyl coated hardware cloth to increase climbable surface area. This is important so that the chameleon does not spend all day pawing at the sides. The mesh also provides excellent attachment points for branches. If you copy my construction exactly you will really minimize...
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Hi I make these cages from Rubbermaid containers. The main ideas are drainage, moisture retention and maximum climbing and basking surface area. There are important features to keeps your chameleons clean, prevent babies from climbing on their siblings' faces, reduce competition for heat, light...
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Preface: You may injure or kill your baby while cutting open an egg. Only cut open an egg if you are sure it is past the time to hatch and it will not hatch on its own. If you do not know how to determine this you must ask for advice. It is often difficult to balance patience and action...
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