Hi. I have one female veiled chameleon & she just laid a batch of eggs on her own which lets me know she is ready and fully mature to mate. I can compensate. Would just really like a batch of babies. In Indiana.
Ok I mean no disrespect but is that the enclosure you keep her in?
How do you expect anyone to give you advice,when you just said you don't want any?
I get being a new Chameleon keeper,but,it definitely isn't something to get into blindly.
I researched and prepared for years before I got my Veiled,and I'm still learning things that I never even thought to look up.
Chameleons are a niche reptile at best.
Only a few people keep them,and keep them well.
Even the most experienced keepers most likely knew close to nothing about Chameleons before getting into the hobby.
So,please,for your Chameleons sake,open your mind,set aside your pride and accept some advice.
No one here is going to belittle for seeking knowledge.
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No you do sweetheart. You think you're ready to breed chameleons with a setup for your female like that? And clearly you aren't looking hard enough sweetheart.You look like an idiot.
BAM! You hit the spot here good job. I agree.No you do sweetheart. You think you're ready to breed chameleons with a setup for your female like that? And clearly you aren't looking hard enough sweetheart.
Your safe plant list:
All you had to do was ask nicely. I suggest you do more research before going in blindly breeding.
But advice on plants. You may use pothos or ficus plants. Any plant nursery’s in ur area will sure have them. Cage, you can grab dead sticks from outside scrub them in hot water really good with soap. Possible reptibreeze medium cage? They’re like 50 bucks on amazon.