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  • Watch "chameleons Ash and tray in the growroom" on YouTube
    JackRipper
    JackRipper
    The swinging of the branch shows excellent awareness and a almost tool use of the branch. Clever cham
    Why Chameleons Sometimes Smell Like Rotting Meat
    The animals use a cocktail of decomposing skin and food to lure prey.

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    Haaa I love these smart pluggs. No more ticking time bomb sound while I'm trying to sleep.. hey Google chameleon room make it rain lol. I'm having too much fun with this.
    A 1955 report to the medical literature, apparently overlooked or ignored, sheds new light on the National Pediculosis Association's efforts to alert the medical community and health officials to the ability of Collembola to infest humans.
    Needham, MA (PRWEB) August 19, 2005 -- Collembola, also known as springtails or snow fleas, are described in the authoritative "Biology of Springtails" by Hopkin as among the most
    Diagnosis and Treatment
    If that doesn't work, try soaking the reptile in a warm bath with some sugar added or apply some honey directly to the hemipenis. These sweet techniques will help decrease the inflammation and hopefully make the hemipenis retract. If a hemipenis comes out and stays out, it may also dry out
    "The tall casque on the head of a veiled chameleon helps with hydration: water that collects on it trickles down to the chameleon’s mouth." Lol Was just reading over some ancient care sheets for veiled chameleons is there any truth to this lol. There are no hairs on the casque that dew would cling to.
    Decadancin
    Decadancin
    Debatable. I don’t actually believe that the casque has anything to do with hydration that is anything more than coincidental. Just my two cents...
    JackRipper
    JackRipper
    I Agree the water beads rite off like the're coated in scotch guard.
    Proteins and Aminoacids
    Nutrient Amount DV
    Protein 1.81 g 4 %
    Alanine 0.078 g
    Arginine 0.060 g
    Aspartic acid 0.220 g
    Cystine 0.046 g
    Glutamic acid 0.265 g
    Glycine 0.090 g
    Histidine 0.029 g
    Isoleucine 0.045 g 3 %
    Leucine 0.082 g 3 %
    Lysine 0.054 g 3 %
    Methionine 0.017 g 2 %
    Phenylalanine 0.048 g 3 %
    Proline 0.111 g
    Serine 0.062 g
    Threonine 0.042 g 4 %
    Tryptophan 0.007 g 2 %
    Minerals
    Nutrient Amount DV
    Calcium, Ca 64.00 mg 5 %
    Copper, Cu 0.362 mg 40 %
    Iron, Fe 0.90 mg 5 %
    Magnesium, Mg 54.00 mg 14 %
    Manganese, Mn 0.296 mg 13 %
    Phosphorus, P 62.00 mg 9 %
    Potassium, K 696.00 mg 15 %
    Sodium, Na 1.00 mg 0 %
    Zinc, Zn 0.44 mg 4 %
    Lutein + zeaxanthin 23.00 mcg
    Lycopene 0.00 mcg
    Vitamin B6 0.249 mg 19 %
    Vitamin C 0.0 mg 0 %
    Vitamin D 0.00 IU 0 %
    Vitamin K
    Dates, medjool nutrition facts and analysis per serving
    Vitamins
    Nutrient Amount DV
    Betaine 0.4 mg
    Choline 9.9 mg
    Folate 15.00 mcg
    Folic acid 0.00 mcg
    Niacin 1.610 mg 10 %
    Pantothenic acid 0.805 mg 16 %
    Riboflavin 0.060 mg 5 %
    Thiamin 0.050 mg 4 %
    Vitamin A 149.00 IU 3 %
    Vitamin A, RAE 7.00 mcg
    Carotene, alpha 0.00 mcg
    Carotene, beta 89.00 mcg
    Cryptoxanthin, beta 0.00 mcg
    I try to Gut load with fruit and veg that are indigenous to the areas that my chams are. For example the nutritional value of dates almost completely covers every nutrient in rapashi Gut load and vitamin supplement powder.
    Today is make it rain day! my favorite day of the week. Everyone gets several warm showers thru-out the day and humidifiers are turnt up. If you ain't hydrated after today you're probably a rock.
    Did you know: Manuka plants are sometimes covered with sooty mould, a black fungus that feeds on the dew of aphids which may play a roll in the medicinal properties of manuka honey
    Mokarana is the name of a village in southeastern Madagascar, but it is also the name of a tree that is native to the island, from which bees extract pollen to make excellent honey. This honey is one of the rarest on the island, along with rosewood, niaouli and litchi honeys.
    Leptospermum scoparium, commonly called mānuka, manuka, manuka myrtle, New Zealand teatree, broom tea-tree, or just tea tree, is a species of flowering plant in the myrtle family Myrtaceae, native to Australia and New Zealand. Wikipedia
    Scientific name: Leptospermum scoparium
    Rank: Species
    Higher classification: Tea trees
    Mānuka honey is a monofloral honey produced from the nectar of the mānuka tree, Leptospermum scoparium. The honey is commonly sold as an alternative medicine. There is no conclusive evidence of medicinal or dietary value in using mānuka honey other than as a sweetener.
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    Decadancin
    Decadancin
    I think it is time for you to cut the crap. This community does not need the drama you are creating.
    JackRipper
    JackRipper
    Right Off the bat im sensing some hostility. I don't feel that I am responsible for said drama. On the contrary I've kept my cool and defended myself while following the rules. I've attempted to make amends with my "attackers" to no avail so I will do my best to avoid them while helping others.
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