Hi, I have a male panther chameleon and I think he is dehydrated. One day, I was walking past him and I thought his eyes are starting to look sunken in. Later that night I looked at him and they were for sure sunken in. I have read on different sights that their eyes sink in while they are sleeping (dont know if thats true). I have a monsoon misting system and have a dripper. I do not have a real plant in it bc I didnt want to transport bugs in his cage, but today i'm going to get one and make sure it doesn't have any. I have noticed a few times that one eye is more sunken in than the other, but on most occasions they will be the same. He eats everyday, no problem there. He usually poops everday. The color of his urates has orange and white. The temp in his cage is around 83 ambient and 91 basking. I was wondering if anyone has ever tried the pedialyte and water mixture and then soaking their chameleon in it for 20 to 30 minutes, with only enough water covering his vent. I read that they can get hydrated through their vents. If I tried it, I will be sure to monitor him closely and not let him drown.