Hello! So I work at a petco and am purchasing a baby panther chameleon that has just recently arrived. I have done several months of research on panthers, so I know the the basics. She looks less than a month old and she will be my first chameleon ever. I have her enclosure set up but am a bit nervous being as to how small she is (I currently had it set up for another female panther that was closer to 8mo that unfortunately got sold before I had the chance to get her..). I handled her yesterday and she did quite well with me. I'm worried because I'm not too entirely sure what all she can eat at such a young age? I tried introducing (very small) mealworms to her but she seems uninterested in them, and I'm afraid even small crickets would be too big for her? Was thinking of dusting her food with calcium w/ D3 but unsure again being how young she is. I also have a 5.0 UVB and was curious to know if maybe I should get a lower wattage for her because she is a juvenile? If she weren't so young, I wouldn't be as worried about everything. I just want her to be as happy and healthy as possible (I've seen on previous forums that baby panther chams that are under 3mo die fairly easily). I have a picture included to show her size just in case. Thank you!!