favorite: Panther vs Veiled

panther or veiled?

  • Panther Chameleon

    Votes: 800 60.5%
  • Veiled Chameleon

    Votes: 522 39.5%

  • Total voters
    1,322

Campy

New Member
so... how do i get my chams to look prettty like that? lol . mines just dark colours :-( . i want mine to go bright colours like that . is it because mine is still young? hasn't grown to that yet? i have a veilded . it's about 3-4 months...
 

a23cham

New Member
so... how do i get my chams to look prettty like that? lol . mines just dark colours :-( . i want mine to go bright colours like that . is it because mine is still young? hasn't grown to that yet? i have a veilded . it's about 3-4 months...
could be bloodlines, those types of chams are so rare to get perfectley
 

Jordan

New Member
The father of mine is very red, similar to Chameleon76's veiled. Mine shows a red tint on his strips too. He has to be relaxed and that is next to impossible for me to photograph. I did this when he was asleep and it is several months old. Between his dad and him I would still say they look nothing alike.

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With veileds it would next to impossible to know exactly. If there DNA is anything like are own the mother would control the variation not the father. A female with limited coloration could never show you what a male of her offspring would look like.
 
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Gordo

New Member
I agree that the picture that Chameleon76 posted is one of the nicest I've ever seen as well. I wish I could find one that nice in Canada!

Gordo
 

chameleon76

New Member
sorry to inform you all

:( Hello all .Thanks for the great compliments on my veiled.About a week or 2 after posting the pics everyone enjoyed I noticed a sore on his lip.I immediatly started treating it with Terramycin.On the second day of treatment I opened his mouth and noticed EXTREEM swelling of his tounge and serounding tissue.I immediatly got an emergency appointment with the leading herp and exotic vet in my area(one I have used for many years)We put him on a antibiotic regement of Ceftazidime 20 mg dose. anyway he was doing well although in the last couple of days I have come to the conclusion that his tounge is out of operation due to my visual analsis.Anyway to day I found him with what looked at first as a hemipenal prolapse.I dont believe it is a hemipenal prolapse. maybe a clocoa or intestinal prolapse of some sort as you all know this is a bad timeof the year to get a hold of the vet .Things have went really far down hill.I really dont think he will make it through the night .I wish there was a way to humanly euthenize him.The next closest time to get ahold of the vet will prop be tues I just hate to see him in pain like this I will post some pics of prolapse for all your analsis .Thanks for all the kind words about my cham I take alot of pride in them and he is quite the show stopper.
Chameleon76
kevin
 

Mucky_Waters

New Member
That's really sad. :(
It doesn't sound good at all, I sure hope the poor guy pulls through. He really is a handsome devil.
 
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