Cristatus and brevicorne pics

Monties1982

Avid Member
I took some pics of my chams today and thought I'd share.

Here's my female T. cristatus
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Here's the male
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He's pretty shy, so this is the view I have of him most of the time
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And here's my female C. brevicorne, Giwa
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Unfortunately, my male brevicorne died on June 2nd. He wasn't looking good and hadn't eaten in about a week, so I set up a vet appointment, but he died the next day. Giwa's doing great, though.
 

Monties1982

Avid Member
Thank you all for the condolences. I was concerned about the female cristatus at first too. I fed her some super worms the day after I got them, and after she ate them, she just sat there and closed her eyes. She would still drink when the mister came on, and she looked a little dehydrated, so I set up a dripper for her so she could always have a source of water. I would still see her close her eyes and just lay there, but after a couple of days, she started to perk up and become more active. Here are some more pictures I took a day or two ago.
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And the hiding male
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Rlc1994

Chameleon Enthusiast
Sorry to hear about your male..I think I remember seeing this species on chameleons of Madagascar video not sure but it had a super long tail like yours! That tail looks LONG compared to other chameleon species. Great pictures thanks for sharing :)
 

Monties1982

Avid Member
Sorry to hear about your male..I think I remember seeing this species on chameleons of Madagascar video not sure but it had a super long tail like yours! That tail looks LONG compared to other chameleon species. Great pictures thanks for sharing :)
I know. Especially compared to those stumpy little cristatus tails.:p
 

JoshD49

Chameleon Enthusiast
Sorry to hear about your loss but these are some very cool looking animals. I love the tail on the Calumma brevicorne.
 
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