Meet Cobalt!

Discussion in 'General Photography' started by Classy, Jul 16, 2017.

  1. Classy

    Classy Member

    I just purchased my first chameleon named Cobalt! He is a male ambilobe panther :D I believe he is around 3 and 1/2 months old. He currently is on the roof of the cage. Just wondering if that is okay. I'll try to get more pictures once he comes down xD
     

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  2. Classy

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    He just came down to his vines xD
     

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  3. Classy

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    This is him from the place we got him from
     

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  4. Kristen Wilkins

    Kristen Wilkins Chameleon Enthusiast

    Hi @Classy congratulations what an exciting time . The little ones love hanging up side down :love:. Enjoy that little cute .
     
  5. Classy

    Classy Member

    Thanks! Glad to know It's normal for him to hang up side down xD I just gave him a mist and he loved it!
     
  6. jannb

    jannb Chameleon Enthusiast

    Congrats! He's so adorable!
     
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  7. Classy

    Classy Member

    Thank you! He is loving exploring his new home :)
     
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  8. Classy

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    Here is another's picture:
     

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  9. Kristen Wilkins

    Kristen Wilkins Chameleon Enthusiast

    Excellent my suggestion is put a timer on if you do not have an automatic Mister . That way you know for sure of how long your Mister ;). The little one can dehydrate quickly . Especially if they had to be ship a long distance .
     
  10. Kristen Wilkins

    Kristen Wilkins Chameleon Enthusiast

    Look like he's nice and comfy . Maybe getting ready for bed .
     
  11. Classy

    Classy Member

    Yeah, his lights go off in about 2 hours :) I have an auto mister that runs for 7 minutes every 4 hours :) Also I got him locally so he should be good on water since he didn't have to be shipped :)
     
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  12. Classy

    Classy Member

    Do you think I should feed him in the morning once his lights turn on?
     
  13. jannb

    jannb Chameleon Enthusiast

    Yes, deffinately.
     
  14. Classy

    Classy Member

    Thank you! I'm gutloading my crickets right now for him to eat tomorrow.
     
  15. Kristen Wilkins

    Kristen Wilkins Chameleon Enthusiast

    Yes defiantly. You want basking and digesting time .
     
  16. Kristen Wilkins

    Kristen Wilkins Chameleon Enthusiast

    Awesome :love:
     
  17. Kristen Wilkins

    Kristen Wilkins Chameleon Enthusiast

    Are you making your own or a mix ?
     
  18. Classy

    Classy Member

    I just put some veggies that was on the recommended list here on the forums. Tomorrow I'm going to the pet store to buy a mix
     
  19. serenaj25

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    look for cricket crack or repashy because flukers from the pet stores isn't good
     
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  20. Kristen Wilkins

    Kristen Wilkins Chameleon Enthusiast

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    Cricket crack or rapashy are fantastic you will have to order them . There very easy to use . I add them to my gut load I also use lots of greens , sweet potato , carrots , red sweet pepper , zucchini , raspberry, apple a bit of honey, and aloe . All organic. I blend then freeze in lids . Then I can just pull them out as needed .
     
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