Is he looking good?

Charlie is been with me know for 2 month and he get a free range on my fake tree by the window and he sits and climbs around there happily I would say.
I sit close by him so he sees me and a few come to the botton and climbs on me.
My question I have today is. Does he look good and healthy to you guys?
 

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Absolutely beautiful! I love his colors, I bet his brighter colors are amazing.

The only concern I have looking at his "mugshot":ROFLMAO: is that the base of his tail looks swollen. I am no expert on chameleons, nor have I been studying them for that long, but I've never really seen a tail swollen like that. I wouldn't be worried yet, until a more experienced cham keeper chimes in.

I wish you the best of luck!! :)(y)
 
Absolutely beautiful! I love his colors, I bet his brighter colors are amazing.

The only concern I have looking at his "mugshot":ROFLMAO: is that the base of his tail looks swollen. I am no expert on chameleons, nor have I been studying them for that long, but I've never really seen a tail swollen like that. I wouldn't be worried yet, until a more experienced cham keeper chimes in.

I wish you the best of luck!! :)(y)
Yes his bright colors are very beautiful. His base of the tail has always been like that since I had him. I was told that’s because he is a male.
 
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