For all of you who don't speak hoehnelii (yes that's an african language)

Discussion in 'General Photography' started by bobcochran, May 16, 2018.

  1. bobcochran

    bobcochran Chameleon Enthusiast

    This means NO!
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  2. bobcochran

    bobcochran Chameleon Enthusiast

    This means YES
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  3. Scottsquatch

    Scottsquatch Chameleon Enthusiast

    Thosr are incredible. I really hope we get a breeding population over here.
     
  4. Kristen99

    Kristen99 Avid Member

    I just saw you live on the Central Coast where about? I live in San Luis Obispo County on the central coast as well.
     
  5. laurie

    laurie Retired Moderator

    Bob the picture is just beautiful! I think I could learn to love that little girl!!
     
  6. Remkon

    Remkon Chameleon Enthusiast

    I appreciate the language class as I will likely get a couple of Hoehnelii in the near future as the new inhabitants of my Jax's (RIP) enclosure (separated obviously).
     
  7. VerucaSalt

    VerucaSalt Established Member

    She is a stunner
     
  8. Mrjamwin

    Mrjamwin New Member

    Very cool looking.
     
  9. bobcochran

    bobcochran Chameleon Enthusiast

    I live in Santa Cruz county. San Luis Obispo would be a good place for this species also!
     
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  10. Kristen99

    Kristen99 Avid Member

    Really I might need to consider they are beautiful creatures!
     
  11. Scottsquatch

    Scottsquatch Chameleon Enthusiast

    I think Cloquet MN is the next place this species should expand its range to.
     
  12. OldChamKeeper

    OldChamKeeper Chameleon Enthusiast

    Still waiting on you to tell me when a pair is available. lol
     

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