I would watch out with all those bright flowers in there. He may not like it and be a very unhappy cham.
i agree with the curious about the flowers.... i've had hibiscus and camelias in several of ours and they have very large bright blooms...never seemed to cause a problem...Yea i never really understood why people are concerned about bright colors being in a cage with a chameleon, especially since nature would be unforgiving with all sorts of colors.
and i was thinking, people told me not to put my chameleon in my new cage till he is bigger, since it would be harder for him to find his food.
That got me thinking, when a chameleon hatches in the wild, he/she is hatched into this great big world, how do they find food then. There mother isnt around to help them get food, the mother just lays the eggs and leaves them for good.
how is it that the baby chameleon in the wild can survive, but people say a captive 2 month old cant find food in a 2x2x5 foot cage?
I'm really curious