Is this a male or a female


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Hi so I bought a panther chameleon a few days ago they say it’s a male but I kinda think it’s a female and I idk what the bulge for the males looks like so can anyone tell me what sex is my chameleon


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We got her/him from lllreptiles
Okay, you’ll want to find a reputable and experienced chameleon vet to take it to, along with bringing a fresh fecal sample with you and it to the appointment, as well as taking x-rays when there, too. LLL is known for selling unhealthy chameleons, sadly. After the appointment, you’ll want to drop off at least 2 more fresh fecal samples to the vet to make sure no parasites are missed


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