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    Skittles eats a hornworm!

    Thought I would share a video with you all of my panther eating a hornworm: link to video You can see him hesitating once or twice before he really goes for it - he doesn't like my phone :P
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    sick panther chameleon

    If you're sure he has a skin problem, your best bet is to have it checked by a vet if you don't have previous experience.... Pic, though?
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    Freaking out, I think he ate a fake leaf

    update: turns out he really did spit the leaf out - i found it amongst the plants at the bottom of the cage. phew! he did not eat it.
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    Freaking out, I think he ate a fake leaf

    O_O Yeah I really hope you're right. I'm looking inside the cage (there are a lot of plants in there) and trying to find the sign of it so far -_-
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    Freaking out, I think he ate a fake leaf

    So...last week I made one of these leaf dripper things with a silk material fake leaf...because my chameleon wasn't drinking enough water. I was so happy that he took to it and it worked....up till yesterday. This morning I noticed the leaf I glued gone! :eek: and I THINK HE ATE IT. If...
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    Anyone here have pet insurance for their cham(s)?

    I'vent done it before but I know some of my friends have health insurance for their dogs and cats, and so I looked it up and here's a company that does that kind of stuff:
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    Escaped Bugs?

    I wouldn't worry too much about the super worms and mealworms, they can turn into beetles and you can breed them or feed them :) but the crickets can be a right pain. I've been using small sticky traps for my apartment (not in the cage) and they've worked quite well. They're poison free. If...
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    Anyone here have pet insurance for their cham(s)?

    That's awesome. I've been considering getting insurance for my chameleon, but wasn't sure if it was an absurd idea...would you be willing to tell me what rate you have?
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    Anyone here have pet insurance for their cham(s)?

    Just wondering if this is a thing in the cham-keeping community :confused:
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    Bug Burger

    I use bug burger as a staple food currently. I will throw in extra vegetables and fruits though. Has anyone here tried mixing say, bug burger and cricket crack together to make the jello food for their feeders? is that even a good idea?
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    Should I keep a snake and a chameleon in the same room

    As long as you have those visual barriers you mentioned, whatever they are, you should be fine! I have a snake and a cham too! They're in different rooms though because my chams free range area is in the same room as his cage, and it wouldn't be convenient in my case to make sure the cham...
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    New to forum, pic of my Panther Chameleon

    Hey! Welcome to the forums. Your cham is looking good :D
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    Finally set up a free range (connectable to cage) for Skittles!

    Yup he could reach the edge of the tub so I will definitely keep an eye on him when he's out and about. I'm glad he's spending less time on the mesh though, he was breaking his own nails sometimes :(
  14. free range!

    free range!

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    Finally set up a free range (connectable to cage) for Skittles!

    ...and I think he likes it a lot :D ^ click to enlarge I picked up a ficus tree at a local greenhouse - the trunk is braided loosely so I could easily link it up to one of the vines in the cage. Next to it is a hibiscus and they're both sitting in a tub I got at Lowe's. I noticed that he...
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    He loves grapes

    Hahah that's awesome! My cham gets really picky about his foods and will eye them for a while first before deciding whether or not to eat them.
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    Drinking out of water cups???

    OOOoooooh this is awesome! Thanks a bunch! I shall make one :)
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    Drinking out of water cups???

    A cap, like a screw on cap for bottles? I'm curious as to what this setup would look like. I'm having similar problems getting my guy to drink while i mist, and want to make sure he's hydrating.
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    He loves grapes

    Did you just hold the grape up to him and he'd eat it? Would it be immediately or would it take a while for him to recognize it as food?
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    Question: Greens & pieces of fruit for adult panther chameleon?

    Hello! What experiences have you had with feeding your panthers fruits and veggies? I have not yet tried to feed mine (1 yr old), and I do not know if he has had them in the past, since I got him when he was about 8 mo old. I've heard that panthers generally don't eat as many fruits/veggies...
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