Thanks a lot everyone! It's nice to be back! The forum has grown and a couple of things changed, but it still feels like home!:)
@ jannb: If you follow the link in my first post in this thread you will find some pictures. The homepage is in German, but I'm sure you will find them!
...and I bet no one will remember me!:D
Well, it's been a while... at least the system says the last visit was: 01-25-08, and the system is always right, isn't it? ;):p
Anyway, I'm back and just wanted to reintroduce myself to everyone.
If you're interested what I/we are doing take a look at...
That`s what I always "preach": Keep good records of your animal (photos, feeding, supplement treatment, size, weight, etc.....)
It will pay of for sure!!! Especially when you want to breed them some day.
Thanks for the pics man!!!
Is there a possibility to get them in the...
Of course a cham can bite, some tend to bite you right away, most of them just try to scare you by pretending they would. That's a typical defensive schema.
A juvenile cham won't be able to bite strong enough to hurt you. An adult can!!!
E.g. male Veiled Chams tend to be a little aggressive...
Thanks to all of you!
I'm so fanatic when it comes to my reptiles! I try to give them the best I can!
It's so amazing how creative you can be with building tanks, making fake obstacles yourself, the plants and all that.
Hope to have some good conversations here!
Thanks again for the warm...
My name is Oliver. I'm from Karlsruhe, Germany.
I found this forum via google and it seems to be nice here.
Besides reptiles I'm interested in Football and Tattoos.
I keep reptiles for 4 years now and kind of "specialiezed" in chameleons.
Right now I have: