Look at these feet

redhorse

Chameleon Enthusiast
Just wanted to share what I found today. Clutch hatched 2 weeks ago but more concerned with feeding, watering, and other husbandry stuff and totally missed the extra stuff.
pic 1 is today. No that is not a GIANT finger, just a tiny
pic 2 is of female hatched 7 months ago.
 

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kinyonga

Chameleon Queen
Can you post more photos please??
All from the same female?
What are you incubating the eggs in? What's the heat source? Is there any pattern regarding where their eggs were in the incubator?
 

MissSkittles

Chameleon Enthusiast
Just wanted to share what I found today. Clutch hatched 2 weeks ago but more concerned with feeding, watering, and other husbandry stuff and totally missed the extra stuff.
pic 1 is today. No that is not a GIANT finger, just a tiny
pic 2 is of female hatched 7 months ago.
Am I seeing what I think I’m seeing? Are those unfused chameleon toes? 😮
 

Mountain Dragon

Chameleon Enthusiast
Just wanted to share what I found today. Clutch hatched 2 weeks ago but more concerned with feeding, watering, and other husbandry stuff and totally missed the extra stuff.
pic 1 is today. No that is not a GIANT finger, just a tiny
pic 2 is of female hatched 7 months ago.
Wow
 

redhorse

Chameleon Enthusiast
Lucky he was at the top.. Hard to find him when he is in the mix of things..
I will send info on incubation via "conversation" tomorrow..

Very complicated due to lack of knowledge on my part.
 

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redhorse

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I thought they were just separated- So took some new pics today.


Last picture. Didn't realize there was one coming up underneath..

Pic 5... Brother- I still love ya, no big deal, your just climbing advantaged. ;) (y)
 

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Beman

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Gotta wonder what weird genetics are going on here. I do not think I would breed these parents moving forward. No telling what else could be off.
 

redhorse

Chameleon Enthusiast
100% agreed. But I do have to say-- I have seen others with feet/toe/leg issues over the [past 20 plus years. Not mine and a current panther breeder who has tail and feet issues, they just doesn't share the info - I wonder if they are culled and know at least 1 breeder does (not the panther breeder mentioned earlier) and this was 15 years ago here in CA-
I just like to share and get the truth out there. If you really think about it-- Many have 1 or 2 chameleons their whole life (few) and how many siblings from that 1 or 2? A LOT!!!!!

Thanks for the concern but hope your enjoying the picture show. (y)

Glad I don't have your address or you would have a surprise package in the mail.:ROFLMAO:(y)
 

CasqueAbove

Chameleon Enthusiast
It probably isn’t that odd, and I don’t think it is breeding. Cats have 6 toes sometimes, snakes are born kinked. These are not necessarily passed genetically. Some times things go weird.
Kind funky though, cask looks like it might have something too.
 

redhorse

Chameleon Enthusiast
I looked at the casque and it does look odd at 40X but he is in the process of shedding so will have to check him out at a later time.
Just some old and current pics of casque progress. Even thought it is a weird food thread.

Pic 1 is day he had been discovered at a few weeks old. Pic 2 and 3 are others with him growing at different paces. Pic 4 and 5 are outside since they and a few others are growing much faster but same age.
Pic 6 - 7 - 8- Saul ---8 month and his bro and sis.
 

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redhorse

Chameleon Enthusiast
Dang!!! Even though I look at all these about 20 times a day in life and alive... I still get amazed at their beauty in the pictures.
Every single one is different either in pattern, shape, growth, looks and most important ATTITUDE!. :::::::::: dropping the mic:::::::::: Boom!
Maybe a little to much coffee today. :coffee: :D (y)
 
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