Is this normal? White on panther chameleons head.

JacobeJones

New Member
Hello all.
This is Neo.
I just want to get some opinions on the white or clear area of his head. I've had him since he was a baby.
It started to develop after he was a couple of months old.

To me, it looks like built-up shed that never came off and is not just a part of him.

Has anyone seen this before? Is this something to be concerned about?

Thanks!
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JacobeJones

New Member
Wow, I didn't think about that.
Poor guy.

I just feel like I would have seen it progress if he was grinding his head or something. I work from home and am with them almost 24/7 so I'm not sure.

I don't see how it could have ever been a burn as I'm made sure all temps and UVB are as they should be according to the chameleon academy.

Puzzling

From the older pictures, I found it looks like it came out of nowhere and has progressively gotten better with the blackish area around it being whats healed. :/
 
Hello all.
This is Neo.
I just want to get some opinions on the white or clear area of his head. I've had him since he was a baby.
It started to develop after he was a couple of months old.

To me, it looks like built-up shed that never came off and is not just a part of him.

Has anyone seen this before? Is this something to be concerned about?

Thanks!
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if that's not a burn mark, it may be the start of a piebald panther chameleon gene but idk lol
 
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