Some females just lay eggs consistently throughout their lives. I had a Nosy Be female that produced eggs every 2-3 months her whole life without ever seeing a male. I tried many different things to slow down or stop her but she just kept producing. She lived to be almost 5 years old.
I have lost a couple like this... Only way to know is to do a necropsy.. I have seen things from a twisted intestine to an aneurism around the heart. Kind of natural selection in captivity if there is such a thing
I agree with this 100%. My chams use the horizontal spare much more than the vertical. These cages are designed from people, that IMO, have the most hands on experience out there. I have switched all of my enclosures to this design.
Bill's cages are the top in quality and he has great...
Carol is right... There is a lot of debate as to what exactly causes it. I have had it pop up once or twice in a few of my females. Based on my experience and how I feed and supplement I went off of all supplements and just used plain calcium for 5-7 days and it all cleared up.