I have a blue bar ambilobe he/she is about 3 weeks old..
As of right now the only light source is the heating 100 watts light bulb, humidity levels ranges 60 to 80, for uvb source is sun light for about 3 to 4 hours, he eats small dubia roaches, fruit flies, and today I tried giving him some small hornworms which he goes crazy for. Water every 2 to 3 hour for 5 min. The store I got it from told me he was 2 weeks old when I got him. Thank you so much for your help Matt!!Depending on the ambient environment, food fed and supliments the baby received that baby could be from 2.5 months to 4 months old. The only person that would know for sure is the person who had him since he hatched. Sometimes in nature during droughts/famine one can see chameleons that are nearly a year old (without a doubt because of when the natural hatch time for the species in the wild is) looking like a 5 - 6 month olds. Then when the environment changes favourable they eat like piggies and grow like weeds, they then reach adult size in no time. Reptiles are absolutely facinating!
Here is an article to show u how to tell the sex gender of a baby cham,hope this will help to shed some lightI have a blue bar ambilobe he/she is about 3 weeks old..
I seen that article I just wanted other opinion. Thank youHere is an article to show u how to tell the sex gender of a baby cham,hope this will help to shed some light