I am making a video to educate people on chameleon bowl movements, and in need of some pictures!
Any photos used i will fully credit the owners!
Thank youuu :)
Bowl movements needed:
-healthy urates and poops
-unhealthy urates and poops!
I have a youtube channel where I talk about my chameleon and care for chameleon.
Now, I really want to start a series where I can educate people on types of illnesses/ disease that are common with chameleons. My chameleon has been fairly healthy since I have had him for two years...
Oh wow your baby is going to love all of its hiding spots! I would reccomend to put large rocks on top of the dirt of the plants. Chameleons will often try to eat the dirt, which may contain twigs and phosphorous white balls, which can make your Cham sick. You can still keep the fake plants in...
Hi there I live in Canada, and when the summer time temperatures roll around I am thinking of making a flower pot outside enclosure for my chameleon. I was also planning on having him outside for most of the day, even if its raining.
I just wanted to know what kind of outside routine you guys...
Always check your Champs poop and urate, if its a normal colour and doesn't look dehydrated your Cham probably just doesn't drink in front of you. I have only seen my chameleon drink a few times.
With the not eating food he probably is just scared or stressed out from being in his new...
I feel as if you should be fine, I have seen people put their chams in Bird cages that are tinier than that.
He may be stressed out at first due to the new and strange environment, although if he enjoys it he will be less stressed. I would just keep an eye on him.
I also plan to make a...
this link will tell you all about Chameleon safe plants. I am going to build a rectangular flower pot enclosure for my cham this summer, and i think I'm going to put some hibiscus in it.
Before I got my Chameleon I had his cage all set up even with substrate. With further investigation though the forms and blogs, i have found that its best not to use it. The reason why, is because young chameleons tend to taste a lot of things and it could result in impaction = dead cham. On...