Laying Eggs!
Kharma finally laid his eggs in the laybin I set up for him and it was great! He laid 54 altogether!! Infertile, but I may keep them as a cute keepsake
Kharma is a girl then.
That is an awful lot of eggs. You may want to think about cutting her temps back to no more than 80°F and about 3 feeders 3 days a week. It will cut back on her clutches so she will be in better health. Large clutches really take a toll on the female's body.
 
Kharma is a girl then.
That is an awful lot of eggs. You may want to think about cutting her temps back to no more than 80°F and about 3 feeders 3 days a week. It will cut back on her clutches so she will be in better health. Large clutches really take a toll on the female's body.
I appreciate your comment, I know by anatomy he has female parts but I call him my trans-chameleon. His cage usually sits at 71-75 anyway and I always heard feeding around 6-10 large crickets every other day is best. Either way I’ll be taking him into the vet to see that everything is working alright
 
6-10 large crickets every other day is too many for him at this age. It will cause him to lay too many eggs. Eating creates the eggs, and cutting back on that will cut back on eggs. 20 or less (even 0, stopping the cycle) is a good number for eggs and will allow him to live a longer life.
Per the temps, we only cut the temps back so their bodies slow down the metabolism rate, leaving it feeling full for longer.

Off topic, buuutttt.....super curious...why do you identify your chameleon as a trans?
 

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