I would agree.Swap out that duct tap for some screws. You do not want feeder insects eating duct tap then ending up in your chameleons stomach. After that then your starting to look good. The cage size 4 ft by 3ft by 2ft is a good sized cage for a fishers chameleon though.
The duct tape isn't exposed on the inside, we used nails, the tape is for extra support. as or the plants, I have an unlimited supply of plants in my front yard, most safe for him, I don;t mind changing them every now and then, it seemed more natural to have branches rather than a pot taking up a lot of room, I did think about using a potted plant though, but I have to go buy one first...I would agree.
Also, the leaves on that branch are going to die and fall off soon. I think it would be a nice branch in the enclosure for walking space but you will need some live potted plants in there as well. Something like scheffleras (umbrella plants), pothos or ficus.
Could you fill the info sheet out that was posted in your last thread?
whats wrong with ghetto....if it works it works..you can save up and build a new one for decorative purposes, but itss main puprose is already fulliflled in my opinion....lol jk
i agree ya gotta do something to keep things inside and not have escaping feeders
sorry about that i had no clue what you were talking aboutWell, since you are not too keen on filling that form out Ill post a good article for you.
Just trying to help. Kinyongia multituberculata will not do well with high temps and without high humidity. Hopefully you will take some insight from the article. I have a few other articles I can send through email if you like. I love the Kinyongia species and just want yours to do well. If you have done your research then sorry to be a bother.