Finished enclosure. Comments concerns or advice please. My first cham.

brandodelro

New Member
So a few members had suggested I add more live plants for my first cham. He is a veiled male guessed to be 3 months or ao old. I had him in his cage with a ficus and plastic vines. I have now added five more live plants. Two shefflara two croron and one pothos. The ficus still in the middle and the exoterra vines and plastic vines still in there as well. A rock dish ziptied about half way up the cage he likes to eat his meal worms and waxworms from. The cage was on the floor. Its now on a stand I bulit with a five gallon bucket for drainage. There's standing water from the plants in the pics but now has small holes and drains into the bucket below. First link is a pic of the cage at first and the second and thirs are pics of the new cage. Its only 16x16x30 cage but he's only 3 inches without his tail. Please leave any questions comments or concerns. I love advice and opinions. Thanks!

http://i1355.photobucket.com/albums/q701/raidersog1/20130709_065420_zps48d3cf91.jpg

http://i1355.photobucket.com/albums/q701/raidersog1/20130712_063949_zps5d66001c.jpg

http://i1355.photobucket.com/albums/q701/raidersog1/20130712_063957_zps04bbdd46.jpg
 

SaintJimmy

Avid Member
Cage looks awesome!

If you haven't already, maybe add a very small potted plant to keep up humidity. (I cannot tell if the plant in your enclosure is fake or real)

And maybe get some more bendy vines, just for more horizontal pathways.
 

brandodelro

New Member
Cage looks awesome!

If you haven't already, maybe add a very small potted plant to keep up humidity. (I cannot tell if the plant in your enclosure is fake or real)

And maybe get some more bendy vines, just for more horizontal pathways.

There is 6 live plants in there and a 6 foot vine in three different levels. Maybe my links are bad to the pics?
 
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