Can a brother and sister panther be breed together?
It is not recommended in the chameleon world as there are no real mutations found in chameleons anyway. I personally would avoid it.
very great question, no harm no foul. Honestly im no scientist or have any degree in anything to make me someone reputable but id take advice from alot of people here who have had Chameleons for years.Thanks for all the responses , I was really just curious curious . I've heard of people doing it to keep strong genetics. But was personally just curious
Is there any chanse that you would share with me who this buddy is? I just do not want to accidentally add any of his babies to my breeding stock!!! I would appreciate it sincerely!Never heard of deformation from inbreeding chameleons or other reptiles before.That's a new one on me. Thanks for input. My buddy breeds brother and sister and so forth and has had some beautiful healthy baby's for years . he has also had 100% hatch rate. I guess all chams are different.