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  1. meaney6

    New 1.5 year old Panther - Not eating

    I have a new panther that is about 1.5 years old and is not eating. I've had him for about 2.5 weeks and haven't gotten him to eat anything. I got him from a friend who traded for him (i know, not the best way to obtain a cham) but I thought I could provide a better home than what he had...
  2. zelink14

    New baby Panther! And some questions...

    Hi all! I used to be on these forums back when I had my veiled chameleon. But all things come and go... So, after years of waiting for the right time, I finally bought another chameleon - an Ambilobe panther chameleon from Kammerflage Kreations. Ambrose, as I'm calling him, is about 4 months...
  3. tasio

    my chameleon is underweight, not eating a lot :(

    hello i have had my panther cham for about about 8 months so i think he is about a year old , he is only 134g and he is not putting weight ,lately he does not seem to eat.. i give him locusts and crikets and have tried mealworms but he just dont really seem interested in any of them, all of them...
  4. zelphos

    Chameleon never wants to eat?

    I rescued my veiled chameleon on Christmas last year, he is quite older, 3 1/2-4 years old is what I was told, he was kept in a tiny 2 ft by 2ft screen enclosure you buy at the pet store with no plants or climbing material, he was so skinny you could literally see his bones and he was very dark...
  5. mirrinias

    How long did it take your chameleon to adjust to moving?

    Hi guys, it's been a while since I've been on the forums. Jean-Luc is over a year old now. I just moved residences, and he's understandably rather freaked. I expected him to be put off his food and act a little weird for a while, but I wanted to know how long it took your chameleons to...
  6. SweetObsolete

    Lethargic, not eating or drinking

    Chameleon Info: Your Chameleon - Sydney half ambanja/half ambilobe panther chameleon. 2 years 4 months old Handling - Probably about bi-weekly Feeding - Crickets daily/every other day. Crickets are gutloaded with fresh fruits and veggies, which I vary (kale, strawberries, carrots, zucchini...
  7. BMXICAN

    Werner's Chameleon sick. Please help me help Chuck!!!

    Cage Info: Cage Type - Screen, 1.5' x 1.5' x 2.5' Lighting - Natural sunlight / Reptisun 5.0 when inside. Temperature - 80°-70° during the day. 65° at night. Humidity - I have a thermometer outside that reads 30% plus I mist and add ice cubes to the top of his cage. He has one live plant in...
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