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  1. Samcham1

    New members!

    bienvenidos!:D
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    Two new additions.

    the Asian vine snake looks awesome! I heard they are kinda hard to keep. High humidity and running water to drink from?
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    Zilla Tropical Mist Spray for Reptiles

    My thoughts exactly, useless. Misting and drippers are sufficient enough and mimic their natural environment better than a spray. Schick, when you say acting weird, what do you mean?
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    Zilla Tropical Mist Spray for Reptiles

    Yeah, it prolly sucks:cool:
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    Zilla Tropical Mist Spray for Reptiles

    Any one ever heard of this? I was browsing on line and came across this spray for reptiles that need humidity. It can supposedly be sprayed directly on the animal and around the habitat daily. I've never seen it or even heard anyone mention it till now. Discuss:D...
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    My 6mth old looks like your adults. Thats good right?

    How much and how often do you feed? I know chams can grow at different rates, but i also believe that they can be overfed just like any other animal. Overfeeding can be just as bad as under feeding and can shorten the life span of an animal IMHO.
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    My New Jacksons..

    the most recommended uvb bulbs will not fit your fixture. Linear uvb bulbs are long starting at 15". I go to Wal Mart and buy an 18" fixture for $6 and then just use the uvb bulb in it. You have to make sure you take of the plastic cover from the fixture as it will block the uvb rays. these are...
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    My New Jacksons..

    Welcome to the forum. First thing you should do is drop his temps, 90 is too hot for him. His basking spot should be in the low 80's with an ambient temp in the mid 70's in the day and they like a good drop in temps at night with no light at all. He also needs uvb, a 5.0 linear bulb is best to...
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    Eyes look sunken while sleeping

    Thanks for the compliments. I've been trying to get him an umbrella plant but i cant find them. I know there are other options, but i like the umbrellas. I found one at a Home Depot for my sons jacksons,but they haven't got anymore in. I've also tried other locations of the same store and Lowes...
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    Eyes look sunken while sleeping

    whew, I was trippin talkin to him like he could hear me, lol. I was like, "dude, you looked fine earlier, i saw you drinking, why you doin this to me?:(" haha
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    Eyes look sunken while sleeping

    I was just lookin at my cham while he was sleeping and i noticed his eye looks sunken. Thing is I'm always lookin for signs of dehydration, loss of appetite and such and he has been fine. Matter of fact I was watchin him earlier and his eyes looked fine. Can this be just cause he's sleeping and...
  12. Samcham1

    hi! new lady to the forum

    Welcome to the forum, nice to have another member from San Antonio.
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    Do chameleons poop?

    Wow, i would have already went to my Brotherhood breakfast at Church at 5:30am. Went to my outreach Bible Study at the Guild Park Apartments at 11:30 am, and prolly cut the grass by now if I was in Australia:D
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    Do chameleons poop?

    its 12:41 am in Texas
  15. Samcham1

    Do chameleons poop?

    Mine love Iced Tea, maybe thats what yours wants?
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    Do chameleons poop?

    It depends on the size of their tank. If it is too small they will hold their poop till you let them free range cause they don't want their house to smell like poop. And it is cammo, usually white or yellow with brown or black. maybe you just cant see it?
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    Bearded Pygmy Chameleon Food

    yea, they are tiny new born dubias and the chams were prolly almost 2" Just reread your OP, yours are only 1", i bet they're cute, lol
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    Bearded Pygmy Chameleon Food

    my pygmys eat dubias no problem, been doing it for nearly a year now.
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    Misting?

    mine usually dont mind if the water is warm, if it is room temp i just mist the plants and vines around them.
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