Help...temp for my baby chameleon.

Thehippie

Chameleon Enthusiast
#6
for now though you can probably keep whem together for the next few months but have those cages on hand for when they're bigger
 

jamest0o0

Chameleon Enthusiast
#7
I'm not a breeder, but I thought baby chameleons weren't supposed to be kept with any heat? Just around room temp or so? Someone correct me if I'm wrong.

Also I wouldnt even consider a nighttime heat source unless it dropped under 50. My cham room regularly gets to 50s and the Parsons even occasionally high 40s during winter.
 

Thehippie

Chameleon Enthusiast
#8
I'm not a breeder, but I thought baby chameleons weren't supposed to be kept with any heat? Just around room temp or so? Someone correct me if I'm wrong.

Also I wouldnt even consider a nighttime heat source unless it dropped under 50. My cham room regularly gets to 50s and the Parsons even occasionally high 40s during winter.
the care sheets say about 80 to 85 right??? im not sure because im not a breeder either but yea
 
#15
You can provide some heat. I keep my babies in my insect room which is around 78 without additional heat, however the lights provide a bit extra heat for them. You should also get a tub for them and keep them in there. You can house them together until they are eating 1/4" crickets. Then move them to a screen cage. If you put them in a screen cage now and feed them pinheads or fruit flies you will have a lot of feeders escaping.
 
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