So I have a new blue veiled chameleon I am wondering every ones thoughts on wether to cup feed or let crickets loose in cage. Thoughts please.
both. It depends.So I have a new blue veiled chameleon I am wondering every ones thoughts on wether to cup feed or let crickets loose in cage. Thoughts please.
When they are babies they are often afraid of the cup if they have never been cup fed before.I've never had to "train" a chameleon to cup feed. They've all just eaten from the cup.
I just put crickets in a bowl at the bottom of the cage and he goes down and eats whenever he is hungry!
Actually, it's better not to use clear. Some chams will see the feeders from the outside and shoot at the outside of the cup. They could hurt their tongue. My news ones that I've made are blue now.That is a great help! Thank you so much! I was only able to get white deli cups so hopefully that works just as well!!
I don't have any pictures of it, but I added links that have photos of a similar thing. This one (http://www.lulusoso.com/upload/20120303/14W_plastic_ceiling_light_covers.jpg) is a shot from straight above it, with the darker part being the inside, and the lighter ring around the edge being the rim that keeps the crickets and other bugs from crawling/jumping out. This one (http://newimg.globalmarket.com/PicLib/361/37361/prod/48_1364175160720_l.jpg) is a photo where it is turned upside down so that the rim part and the opening is on the bottom.I'm a little lost in the tub your talking about I think I grab the concept of it just not picturing it. Could you maybe send a picture?