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  • Well enough. Atlas has not been able to shoot his tongue since '16 but with me feeding him by hand he's nearly 700g now. Thanks for asking
    OldChamKeeper
    OldChamKeeper
    In 2016 Atlas was shooting normally one day and the next unable to fire more than 2". He injured his tongue grabbing a damn hornworm. The things can grip a branch to the point a Cham has to run to the worm.
    OldChamKeeper
    OldChamKeeper
    There was never any infection, nor visible injury. Since then I hand feed him three times a week. Its a permanent situation. While disappointing for me, he's in good hands. it's been two years now afterall. I think I'm just meant to care for injured male parsons.... lol?
    Rufi0
    Rufi0
    Sorry I took so long to reply, It's incredible and such a dedication that you have been hand feeding Atlas. I will check to see if there are any new photos :) Nosy is still with us. He turned 6 this April is he is a complete old man. With all this Coronavirus business I have been able to work from home and really see what he gets up to and enjoy his company.
    Wow.. haven't been on chameleonforums for a very long time and the first thing I think of is how is Atlas doing ? :)
    Atlas said 'feed me', I said not today. So he ate the wife's cat. Should I be happy or worried?
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    Decadancin
    Decadancin
    I'm getting this vision of Rocky Horror...

    Feed me Seymour!
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