Light spot on chameleon

Lil_Crow

New Member
This is my female vieled chameleon about 9 months
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i take her out daily and yesterday i notice this light spot on her, i touched it to see if it caused pain amd she disnt react, shes been healthy the entire time ive had her, does anyone know what this is?20190319_152256.jpg
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Lil_Crow

New Member
Ive had her since she was 6 months and keep her in a 2 foot by 2 foot by 4 foot glass side and mesh top terrarium
 

Thehippie

Chameleon Enthusiast
yes please post the pic, it could be a number of things such as shed or a burn or a bacterial infection of sorts... please fill out this form so we can also get a better idea of the cause of the white spot. has It grown of shrunk or changed in color?
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