breeding

camimom

New Member
It significantly raises the risk of defects yes.

Just like it would in any other species.

Why would you want to breed related chams?
 
well i have a brother and sister

and just do not see the point in throwing out her eggs if she is going to do all that work of laying them i can do the work of taking care of the eggs it just i think is would be wrong to throw the eggs out
 

camimom

New Member
Then you will get to raise a bunch of defected and unhealthy babies.

Would you make kids with your sibling?

no, well don't do it to your chams.

its not about takng care of th eggs..
its about the babies being deformed.
 
ok

i guess it is a bad idea my friend was talking about getting a veiled chameleon i will try to talk him in to getting a male from out of the area
 
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