This is something that should be mentioned. If you keep your chameleons in an enclosure and are not free ranging them I recommend going as big a cage as you can. 4X2X2 (feet) cages can adequately house mid sized species such as veilds, panthers, quadricornis and deremensis. However, if you have got the means and space to go bigger I recommend it. One point to mention is that normal 4X2X2 cages have got good verticle structure however lack horizontal strucxture. Horizontal structure allows chameleons to cruise and revieve more exercise this is a normal and healthy habit that chameleons are fond of as seen with panthers, quadricornis and veilds. This is something that is lacking in normal 4X2X2 cages. Plus these chameleons in larger cages looks even more impressive. A point to note I regularly keep my panther chameleons in 4X4X2 and 8X4X4 cages. Where they are capable of cruising all day long, which is something that would be denied to them in a 4X2X2 cage.