Even if the Cham doesn't eat the plants himself, the feeders might. There is also the risk of him eating the soil on its own which probably wouldn't be the best if there were a bunch of chemicals and fertilizer in it
If you've only had him for 2 weeks you really shouldn't be handling or messing around with him in the first place. Just keep hand feeding and take things slow. Eventually he will get used to you but every Cham is different.
from what i see the pvc liner stuff is really expensive and i think i would waste most of it. i think may try a shower curtain liner... the only problem i may see is water getting in by the cork board and where i open the door.
would it work if i just used a shower curtain liner and just stapled it right to the frame of the cage about 1-2 inches up and do the same thing with the drain in the middle? and of course i would seal the liner on top with some silicone.
So from what im getting is make a "trampoline" of sorts out of the pvc pan liner and bring down the middle by putting the drain through it? Seems pretty easy but i will have to make some modifications because the inside isnt exactly square. The door frame sticks inside the cage about 1'' on each...
I don't really have a saw to take out the bottom but that's what I'm pretty much expecting to do unless someone has an even better idea. Forgot to mention his name is Diego (18months), I'm keeping the name his previous family had given him.
I was just browsing craigslist the other day and came across this guy! I didnt think i was going to get much more than the cham but boy was i wrong.[/IMG]
Now i was hoping to order a mistking to put in this enclosure but the bottom is just solid wood...
Unless you have a really big cage yuo should probably stick with a 5.0 .. A 10.0 is alot stronger and meant for desert reptiles. You should also change these bulbs every 6 months as they tend to lose their juice. I would say no in. the end.