babies

  1. Ilike4hornedchams

    US FIRE BABIES are here! Tamataves!

    Meet the amazing offspring of Dr. Ezazil Pepper and Esmerelda! Pictures in order. Sire: (Dr.) Ezazil Pepper Grand Sire: Pyro (Well known Tamatave breeder on the west coast) Dame: Esmeralda Grand Sire (Dame side): I Re-homed this female from a pet owner (non-breeder) who told me she was a FL...
  2. Amee97

    RBBB Ambilobe babies

    I have 4mo old RBBB ambilobe Panther babies available!!! If interested please email me at [email protected] 1st 4 pictures are of Sire and Grand sire then babies
  3. MeruJack

    New Mt. Meru Babies

    Today I welcomed my second batch of babies in less than a month. On July 23rd my Werner's gave birth to 8 babies (I didn't even know she was pregnant). And this morning, one of my gravid Mt. Meru Dwarf Jackson's gave birth to 5 live babies and one "stillborn." I knew she was gravid because I...
  4. MeruJack

    Baby Condo / Enclosure / Nursery

    My Werner's surprised me with 8 babies a week ago. She is WC and was evidently already gravid when she came to me 5 months ago. In the past week since she gave birth I have been researching and gathering all the info I can find about Werner's chameleons and especially Werner's babies. One...
  5. ferretinmyshoes

    Baby Quad pics!

    Here's what I'm up to most recently! I have two baby quads and they're just the cutest little things! I wasn't planning on breeding after the panthers - it's just very time and labor intensive. Tylene needed a retirement home for a quad breeder with repro problems so she came to live with me...
  6. asongforyou

    Nova's babies

    These eggs were laid 8/2014. After the bin was accidentally knocked over by my dog a few months ago, I didn't know if they would make it. But they were still white and plump so we just left them alone....few months later we have hatchlings! The proud papa
  7. MeruJack

    Butterfly Enclosure for Tiny Dwarf Jackson's Babies

    I have five 6 week old Mt. Meru Dwarf Babies sharing a small Reptibreeze enclosure. They are very tiny and I am thinking that they may grow faster if I put them in separate enclosures. I bought five 12" x 10" mesh butterfly enclosures thinking I would put a small live plant and a few fake vines...
  8. DeremensisBlue

    Baby Caging for Raising the Best Chameleon Babies Possible

    Chameleons: 0 to 4 Months The Dragon Strand Nursery Cage System was designed specifically for your baby chameleon’s first months of life. Responsible breeders will keep baby chameleons until they are well started and big enough to truly be ready to go to a new home. The Nursery Cage System...
  9. dacrazycanadian

    Breeding Tips!

    Hi there everyone! A friend and I are currently breeding our Ambanja's and will have babies on the way in the next few months hopefully! (Attached picture of my sire, Sintel) I wanted to ask everyone, in their experience, what they think are good tips for breeding chameleons, specifically...
  10. studio2eight

    Babies, Babies and more BABIES!!!

    Here are some of my Jackson's babies born June 14th. They are so cute and tiny, I had to share! Fruit Fly Photo Bomb!
  11. J

    Kinyongia Boehmei eggs hatching!!!

    Wife noticed today are K.Boehmei eggs are hatching after a little under 6 months! We have 3 clutches incubating and this was the 2nd clutch laid. 4 out all ready out of 9 eggs.
  12. Jose Velazquez

    Need Help!?.. Babies soon!

    Haven't been on here in a while. Lol Anyways, I have 30 eggs of my first clutch of Panther chameleons and it has been almost seven months since they were laid. I'm not exactly sure when they will hatch but I am assuming around June (9 months). I'm positive I know the basics and continue...
  13. Seeco

    Back in the saddle -- new Kinyongia multituberculata babies

    After loosing a few clutches this winter I held off on announcing these guys prematurely. I think it is safe to say now that they are rock solid. Hatched around July 1st. Sorry for the poor quality but I am not messing around with these guys -- taking them out and posing them for...
  14. Daguerreotype13

    When's the best time?

    My female has laid a nice clutch of infertile eggs, I'm fairly positive she's laid em all but who knows she's still a little bigger than normal. Is this normal for following holding a clutch of eggs? Also she's still pinkish peach, how long is she supposed to stay this color? When will she...
  15. SoCaliSon

    The Fruit of Lombardi's Loins...

    Well my camera decided to work briefly for me today and I managed to get some images loaded... I wanted to share some of my pics of the babies that I have been waiting so long for. For those of you who don't know Lombardi(there are plenty of threads if you search the name) he was hatched by...
  16. Debmonster

    Baby jacksons! (image heavy!!)

    Here's a few pics of the first moments of a jackson baby!
  17. blackbetty

    Welcome my Pygmy Babies!!!!

    I am beyond thrilled! This is my first time at this unexpectedly and Im thrilled that 3 of the 6 hatched today. I walked into my closet and saw movement and there they were int he container!! They are sooo small, like smaller than I even thought possible! I havent tried to sex them yet..just put...
  18. stapleton33

    Eggs!!!

    While we've been keeping our chams almost entirely on a budget (i.e. in bird cages with poked-hole drippers, $5 Wal-Mart money trees, and lighting systems completely supplied by Lowe's) our veileds, Kraken and Keallach, which we've raised almost entirely on the collective wisdom of this forum...
  19. Grizzabella

    Premie babies??

    I have had a clutch of 29 Veiled eggs incubating for about 6 months now, and the other day one of the eggs was slit open, but there was no sign of any baby. Curious, and thinking it was just infertile, i opened it up to see a baby (!) that was definitely not ready to hatch, it was pink and there...
  20. stapleton33

    Baby chams gaping mouths! Help!

    So my 2 new veiled babies (1 male, 1 female) are doing something i've never seen. They're keeping their mouths open for a few seconds several times a day. they are just under a month old, usually a strong neon green. The enclosure is 3 ft high by 19" wide by 19" deep. i mist them 3 times a...
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