It very much is like drinking from a firehose in the beginning. It is a lot of info and it is difficult to navigate through it all. Cham academy is a blessing for all newbies. Really delivers the basics of everything in a thought out easy to understand way. Just let us know if you have any questions and we can go from there.Wow. The chameleon academy link is so informative. I’m very fortunate I found this group. I’m getting her lay bin in there as we speak and I hope it’s not too late. I’ve only been a chameleon owner for a month so this is like drinking from a firehose. Thank you for the support.
I am glad that your getting the lay bin in... Do not disturb her if she starts digging. Like at all. dig a test tunnel first as well to make sure it is holding right. If she is eggbound it is extremely important that she is able to lay them while she has some strength left. Otherwise the chance of her declining and dying is high.