my boyfriend and i are getting a baby chameleon for the first time. we have done loads of research online and in books. we got our cage all set up and are waiting till tuesday to get him. we ordered him online from reptile depot...since we live in michigan its really hard to find baby chameleons. he should be about 4 weeks old when we get him (4-6 inches long). anyways, we have a hygrometer/thermometer and unfortunantly it didn't come with a probe. but we set it on the branches in the upper corner where his basking spotlight is. the temp is 94 degrees. the clamp light is over a foot above the cage because if it was any lower it would get up to 100 some degrees. the light is a zoo med 75 watt basking spot light. and when you put your hand in the cage up where his basking spot is it really doesn't feel too hot at all. should we move the light even higher to get the temp between 85 and 90 or is 94 ok?