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DeremensisBlue
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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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Of course, all animals require water to survive, and it isn't as simple as placing a bowl in the bottom and calling it a day. In fact, with most chameleons this will have little, if any benefit. Most chain pet stores display their chameleons with a water bowl, and this can be misleading to the...
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So here are some links and things to know about the Chameleon Forums. For newcomers as well as some seasoned members there could be some features that you don't know exist, or just cant seem to find them when you need them. First off the resources page...
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Intestinal Parasites are common in chameleons and other reptiles. Wild caught chameleons have a reputation of having intestinal parasites..although this is true , parasites can effect Captive bred as well as Wild caught Chameleon. A chameleon may have parasites but not show any symptoms...
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I free range my chameleons so I really have to pay close attention to when it’s time to lay eggs. I think one of the most important things is to have a gram scale and weigh her once a week. If she's gaining and you are still feeding the same amount of food then I figure she must have eggs. You...
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