I bought a 2 month old Panther chameleon from a reputable pet shop in my area 2 weeks ago and am worried as he is not eating much. This is the second chameleon I've owned, and I've done my research. My first chameleon was purchased as an adult and ate very well but this one is not eating well at all. He is very shy at this point and I've seen him eating appropriately 3 times.... He will not eat out of my hand. He doesn't look like he's lost weight, but I've read that at this age the eat 10 crickets / day. I know he's not getting close to that. I adjusted his heat because I read that that can get too hot at this age (basking spite was 86). I also lifted up his uvb light as I had it resting on top of the cage and thought it was too close. I do a temp drop at night to 65 degrees. The humidity is kept by misting and also a reptile fogger.... It ranges from 40-70 percent. I mist 3-4 times a day. I have a zoo lab little dripper over a leaf for his water. I have mostly live plants since 5 days ago.