Cage Setup

marcsman16

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Hello guys and gals.
What do you think about this cage setup?
Any thougts or any advices?
Is my bromelia to big?
How do I trim it?
Thank you.
Marcos.
 

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Fiona's Mom

Chameleon Enthusiast
You need to cover the soil in the pot with pebbles large enough that your cham can't swallow them. You don't want exposed dirt, your cham might eat it and cause impaction. I would also add more folage for your cham to hide in. They don't like to be exposed.
 

marcsman16

Established Member
You need to cover the soil in the pot with pebbles large enough that your cham can't swallow them. You don't want exposed dirt, your cham might eat it and cause impaction. I would also add more folage for your cham to hide in. They don't like to be exposed.
Ok, so i'll add more horizontal branches, a nice Pothos for foliage and some pebbles.
Thanks :D
 

Thehippie

Chameleon Enthusiast
nice just needs horizontal branches, you can usually just take branches from outside that aren't toxic for chams just know what kind of wood your using I personally debark to get rid of bugs hiding in the bark and dirt
 

marcsman16

Established Member
You need to cover the soil in the pot with pebbles large enough that your cham can't swallow them. You don't want exposed dirt, your cham might eat it and cause impaction. I would also add more folage for your cham to hide in. They don't like to be exposed.
Here's a little upgrade.
Hope yall like it! :rolleyes:
 

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KingGoodman

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So, 8 inches or so from the top you need at least one horizontal dowel your chameleon can use for basking. Can you show us the lights you’ve chosen?
 
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