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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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    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 on...is gone! :eek: and I THINK HE ATE IT. If...
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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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    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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    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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    White Bleeding Heart (clerodendrum thomsoniae) safe for panther chameleon?

    Hello, I'm wondering if anyone knows if the White Bleeding Heart (clerodendrum thomsoniae) is safe to put in with my chameleon? I looked its toxicity up online and some results suggest that it may be harmful/irritant to humans and pets, but I am not entirely sure if it applies to chameleons...
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    How quickly should I expect my panther chameleon to eat?

    Hello everyone, I'm a first time chameleon owner and I have a question about feeding... So, about five days ago I brought home a captive bred sub/adult male panther chameleon (8-10mo old), he's settled in fine and eats. I feed him dubia roaches every morning, I set them down in his cage near...
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