- Your Chameleon - There are two chameleons in this enclosure, split in the middle. Rue 7 months old and ivy 1 year. I have had both in my care for 5 months now.
- Handling - Ivy is handled once a day and rue is once every other day depending on their moods.
- Feeding - We feed them crickets, gut-loaded with different fruits, Meal worms and wax worms as a treat every other week or so. Also use calcium powder without d3 everyday and alternate on sundays between calcium with d3 and a multi vitamin supplement.
- Watering - we mist the enclosure mainly 3 times per day providing humidity and water. In addition we have a dripped on each side. I have seen them drink realitivly consistently.
- Fecal Description - the irate comes out first and it is white in color and soft. However the main fecal is brown to dark brown and solid. Never been tested for parasites.
- Cage Type - it is a combo cage with mesh on the bottom and top and glass on the sides and front, this gives good ventilation with the chimney effect. The decisions for each chameleon is 2ft by2ft by 4 ft.
- Lighting - there are 3 led 6000k light bulbs for the plants on top in addition to a 24in Arcadia 6.0 uvb bulb. Also a ceramic heat emitter.
- Temperature - the basking spot is at 90 to 92 degrees and the bottom of the cage stays around 72 degrees ferinheit.
- Humidity - the humidity ranges from 55 to 70 during the day and reaches 80 at night.
- Plants - Yes, there are umbrella trees, pathos, and dracena.
- Placement - The cage is set up in a small living area with little traffic. It is 6 feet off of the ground. There is a fan in the center of the room, roughly 10 feet away.
- Location - Pennsylvania
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