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  1. Furcifer Brussis

    A Little Oustalets Breeding Insights

    Heres a brief post i did on my fb page about breeding furcifer oustaletti. Ive been breeding them for a few years and I've had a lot of experience with them in the wild as well. https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=1123912147624193&id=1097661123582629
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    Ambilobe Babies YBRB Ready To Ship

    I've got some Skillet babies ready to ship! Males & females 2-3 months old. Raised outdoors in the sun, strong and healthy. Here's pics of some of the babies as well pics of Skillet the sire and Ryker, the mama's daddy. Strong Yellow Body Red Bar Ambilobe lines. Green body that fires yellow...
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    Question about first cham egg ive ever hatched

    I just hatched my first panther cham (actually my first cham of any kind). I was surprised a bit to see one of the eggs begin to sweat because i had been incubating the eggs at 74 degrees and it was still 2 weeks shy of 9 months so i figured they'd make it closer to 10 months to hatch at that...
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    RB Ambilobe w/Gout, Need Insights

    I have a male Red Bar Ambilobe who got gout. I have read a lot on the disease in chams and have determined the cause to be a combination of raising my crickets on dog food (mainly) and night time temps being too low (he's kept outside in Naples and got down to 40F one night he was out and i had...
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    Panther back legs work, but he avoids using them

    I have a male panther who doesn't use his back legs or feet much. He's always resting on his perch (or where ever), gripping it with his front hands, his tail anchored around something but his back legs hanging. When I pick him up he will use his back legs and he can grip with them just fine...
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