Today, our Veiled Chameleon of two years died. She had a growth of some kind in her throat that was making it difficult to breathe or swallow. Compounding the problem was the fact that she was gravid, but unable to lay the eggs due to them clumping near her vent. The vet was going to remove them, but couldn't entubate her because of the growth in her throat. She took a culture of the growth and gave us Baytril and an anti fungal medication, but after determining a short while later that the infection was not fungus-related, she told us to stop the anti fungal and just continue with the Baytril. For weeks, our chameleon seemed to improve -- she was eating and having less trouble breathing, so it seemed like things were looking up. This morning when I last saw her, she was active and her color was good. Despite all these good signs, she passed this evening. I'm curious to know what exactly did her in, as it seemed like she was recovering. Any thoughts on the cause?