Is this cage setup ok for now?

Crickity

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hey guys, just wondering if this little guys cage setup is ok? (Ignore the ghetto lamp setup it’s temporary) I have two other females I raised at adolescents but never a baby. He’s in 3foot by 2foot reptibreeze cage with a 5.0 linear bulb (I know he needs a linear tube but it’s all I could afford atm lol.) and a 75w basking bulb. He seems happy, a nice grass green color has lots of plants and vine to climb on. Lmk what you think and what changes I need to make, thanks!
 

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Chameleoking

Chameleon Enthusiast
Nice little guy you got their. I guess if it has to do for now then it has to do. But there is a few things you need to change pretty quickly. Like trees with branches, those vines can be dangerous. Also the lighting like you already mentioned. And a few other things.
 

ERKleRose

Chameleon Enthusiast
Welcome on here! There are changes that need to be made, like @Chameleoking said. Have you read through the entirety of the Chameleon Academy before? It's a great resource that good over the basics and then some! If you give me a second, I can link a form that would be awesome if you could fill out in as much detail as possible! This way we can help make sure everything is 100% for your little guy!
 

ERKleRose

Chameleon Enthusiast
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