I have a year old chameleon that has to unfortunately live in the school that I go to. I live in Hawaii and he was a wild chameleon. They encourage us to take the chameleon out of the wild because they are invasive species. So he lives in the school in one of the classrooms. He has a 18x36 cage with plastic leaves and vines. He also has a water fountain that he likes to drink from. He has a UVA and B lamp over his cage that is turned off at 3:20pm and turns on at 7:30 or 7:45am. The room does have air conditioning, but the cage is around 80-85 degrees when the lights are on and with the air conditioner and lights off, 60-68 degrees(Usually at night). He looks fine and is eating regularly. We do leave him over the weekend at school, but we make sure that his cage is clean. His water runs 24/7, but the lights are off during this time. I feel that he is stressed though, people seem to never listen or care that he gets stressed when you take him out too much. He is taken out at least 3 times a day and I am trying to stop them. His poops are turning a light orange, so he is dehydrated. He drinks a lot of water and I spray him with water at least twice a day! What can I do?