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    chameleonsonly

    Prism Chameleons! http://prismchameleons.com/, run by jenna from these forums. I think it's all panthers, she's given me some ghood advise and I recon she'd probably a darn good breeder considering that I have not heard any reviews etc. noah!
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    Need help deciding on a chameleon...

    As, far as I know, there is only one like "species" of panther Chameleon, just different colour morphs. I love panthers to and recon I'm goig to start with one cos they're one of the easiest. noah
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    Need help deciding on a chameleon...

    hey, I don't have a cham, but after browsing and posting on these forums for a bit and researching for like ever, I think that you have actually listed everything that a chameleon isn't. i.e. Chameleons, as a rule, aren't friendly and don't like being handled, but on the other hand some are...
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    Pet screen for cages ?

    hey, is it the inset screening that you can use. Aluminium screen and usually it says thta it's used to keep out mozys etc. Cheers! noah
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    everything is so confusing!

    thanks heika, can't wait to see pics of ur setup, hope all goes well! noah Has anyone seen/heard of/owned a "Chameleon canopy" hey look really interesting but I cant see out how they would work
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    everything is so confusing!

    wow! nice posts. Does anyone know where you can buy the screening, i.e. plastic coated aluminium mesh like the smal stuff, i think it was 1/8" but I'm not sure We're in metric over here and imperial confuses me! lol My dad's a good carpenter and I'm thinking about asking him to help me...
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    everything is so confusing!

    thank you, Aluminium seemed to be the best but everyone seemed to have conflicting views. Glad there seems to be a definative answer here! Cheers all
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    everything is so confusing!

    ok, I may be being very stupid here but I am confused. Things (i.e. animals, cages, misting systems, live plants etc etc.) Appear to be very varied in price in the Chameleon world. I have already established in my mind why some chameleons themselves are more expensive to buy than others...
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    Guy or Gal

    so the 2nd one private then?? xool, I guess that Makes sense cheers!
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    Guy or Gal

    HI all, again.... lol. More interest and I trhought I'd ask the oracle, (or anyone else who may or may not wish to be given a mythical title due to their vast knowledge on a particular cham related subject) Why do Panther prices vary so much between suppliers/breeders? for example...
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    more questions!

    thanks jenna, you do seem to be the oracle on panthers!!! i thought about 4-7 years seemed correct, thanks for clearing that up for me!
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    more questions!

    HI, more questions! :o I'm now very intrigued (i think thats how you spell it) about Panther Chameleons lifespans. (Male) looking it up I have had "quotes" for lifespans in captivity of males ranging from 1-2 years to 10 years! the general average appears to be 5ish but how long in everyones...
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    Carpet Chameleons

    thanks lele. THey are beautiful aren't they! but by the looks of things they are quite antisocial even for a chameleon and I'd like a cham that would at least enjoy being handled once in a while. I think a Panther sounds like the best bet for me, but I'll keep colecting information on thase...
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    Considering a Veiled Cham

    hey frogman, I've not actually got a chameleon but have been asking similar questions about feeding and puttin a load of crickets in at 1ce to last like 2 days or so. Have a look I got quite alot of replies and i certainly found it very helpful...
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    Guy or Gal

    thanks jenna!:) :D
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    Guy or Gal

    thanks thats very in depth! So it is just georaphical distribution, colouration and respectively cost and rarity that sets apart the different Panther types. do personalties get passed down, parent to child, like very solitary doesn't like human contact, or very friendly loves to be handled...
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    Guy or Gal

    thanks, i'd heard males were better as a first and more interesting in general, (colour personality and ease of care!) Another wondering then, what is the difference between the different types of pantheres, Nosey Bes ambanja etc. is it just colouring an price or are there any other differences?
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    Guy or Gal

    Hi, I'm looking at panther Chameleons but out of interest, guy or gal? Is there much difference in temperaments, lifespan, colour, size etc. between the sexes? cheers all
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    chameleon food info

    thanks amy, I've been bugging my mum and she told me this morning that my sister is going to get a rabbit for her birthday, and of course due to fairness she cannot let my sister get a arabbit and me not get a cham! lol *cross fingers*
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    chameleon food info

    thank you shelby. Everybody has really helped. I know now that I can have a Cham. I just need to make sure I have someone to check up on him/her every so often when I'm gone and mum will happily do that she loves lizards of all kinds. I'm soooooooooo happy. Thankyou:D :D :) :) :D :D :) :)
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