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    Female Veiled Cham...weirdo or?!

    No she didn’t. She looks less puffy already on her diet and I still can’t feel any eggs. I took her to the local captive breeders and they said they highly doubt that she is carrying/developing eggs. I think it could’ve been over feeding and being a little unhappy? Either way she still looks...
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    Female Veiled Cham...weirdo or?!

    Hi everyone. Thanks for the advice. My Cham stopped digging and is much happier with the changes you all recommend. Thanks again! I’m so glad such a forum exists!!
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    Female Veiled Cham...weirdo or?!

    Okay I’ll do some perusing around. Thank you so much!!
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    Female Veiled Cham...weirdo or?!

    Wow! Thank you so much for reviewing my husbandry! I can totally see how she may be unhappy so. Thank you for saying it...I don't take it personally. I just want to provide my girl with the best environment. I started cutting back her diet and will do so gradually as to not shock her. Really...
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    Female Veiled Cham...weirdo or?!

    I am adding springtails and isopods today to help with this
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    Fat Chameleon

    Hi there, beautiful cham... I am pretty sure that he is a she. I can't see tarsal spurs in the pictures you posted and in picture #3 she has orange and cyan coloring. Those are receptive colors and she could be developing eggs. I can't see picture #4 too clearly but that angle makes it look...
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    Where do I store worms?

    Thanks for the updated advice. That fantastic to know!! I’ll have to tell my friend about this so his reptiles can be healthier. Thank you MissSkittles!
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    Female Veiled Cham...weirdo or?!

    Okay that makes sense. Thank you so much!
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    Female Veiled Cham...weirdo or?!

    Thank you for letting me know. I greatly appreciate it!! I was always worried she’d get damp and cold then if I did that.
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    Female Veiled Cham...weirdo or?!

    I really appreciate the help. Thanks a lot!
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    Female Veiled Cham...weirdo or?!

    They are big leaves that I can barely cut through so I doubt she can eat them. the substrate yeah I saw her eat a fiber or two one but she hasn’t for quite some time. It’s a really fine substrate. What are your thoughts about some chams eating dirt because of a nutrient deficiency. I was told...
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    Where do I store worms?

    I was told that superworms can be refrigerated and I keep my other worms like the horned and silk worms at room temp., in separate containers, and with air vents. my one friend has several roach colonies and he keep them in opaque bins in the dark with a mesh top. He uses egg crates to keep...
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    Female Veiled Cham...weirdo or?!

    Thank you so much! I’ll look into that bulb. as for the substrate...it makes my head spin because he/she says it terrible and breeders I know preach by it so idk lol. I’m lost. I think I want to stick with substrate especially for the added humidity. I made her an 8 “ deep mix of fine coconut...
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    Female Veiled Cham...weirdo or?!

    I’ll look into those bulbs. I haven’t heard of them before and definitely will become familiar. correct...the dish is for insects. she usually get either or and never both. I was going to try to stick to calcium worms and soldier flies for the future. You think 15 is too much? I want to keep...
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    Female Veiled Cham...weirdo or?!

    damn...that’s what I was worried about. She’s eaten the same all along and just started looking a little rounder.
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    Female Veiled Cham...weirdo or?!

    Hi everyone again. I’m from WI USA. Here is her info... Kiwi the veiled chameleon Sex—Female Age—6/7months Time in my care—5 months I handle her everyday. She is very friendly and climbs out to me. I then pet her if she will let me and she roams around the house for a bit before I put her...
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    Female Veiled Cham...weirdo or?!

    Hi everyone! I have a 6/7 month old female veiled. She is a little bit of an odd ball who prefers perching at a lower positions in her enclosure. She often rests 6” of the bottom on a vine and basks the majority of the day. At night she goes into a little cove buried underground or sleeps...
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