when chams get a bit older.....reason i ask is when i had my veiled and she was aroung 9 months old the sheds started to take much longer to fall off, know i have my panther whos 9-10 months old and hes shedding at the moment but it seems to take forever to come off ans the shed looks thicker
my panther went to the toilet today and it took him quite a while getting rid of a lot of poo, when he had finished i noticed he had a small peice of white skin like flesh sticking out of his bottom.
ive just checked him and it seems to be getting smaller and starting to curl.
any ideas ppl
i bought him as a male but not sure. thick tail base with a vent showing most of the time and shows green on heag and flanks with a bright red under the chin, hes 7 month old but if it was a girlie i would have thought it would be showing more pinky peachy colour :confused:
that got you all wondering :)
ive watched hundreds of wildlife programmes and most of the animals shown have been eaten by something (with the exception of tigers and lions) but have never watched a chameleon being attacked by another animal, i was wondering what would be a natural predator...
ive got my panther in a wood and glass viv at the moment but i want to mesh the top but i`m not sure what to use, metal, aluminium or plastic coated wire.
i did buy a 4 foot flexarium but they look too flimsy so i will keep that for the summer so my chams can go outside for a bit of sun...
first of all i dont want to slag anybody off ....but
ive read a lot of posts by new owners lately who havent got a clue what to do with their chams, they seem to buy them and take it from there (not just on this forum)
i am a relativley new owner but i did a lot of research first and was...
my 9 month old female yemen is showing markings i have never seen before and being very aggressive towards me, i was wondering if she is old enough to lay eggs.
i have a bucket and play sand at the ready should i put it in now
a family member has just moved to the area and are loving it, ive told her to keep a look out for chams but i dont know if she will see any in the trees
ive been invited to come next summer, it will be last week in july and first week in august (hope its not too hot) :cool:
i took my poorly aft to the vets and she said it was probably parasites with it being w/c, it cost me £60.00 for a poop check and £110.00 overall and i still have to go back for another consultation (£20.00) and then pay for the anti biotics £????? this gecko better make my breakfast everyday...