I have a new panther that is about 1.5 years old and is not eating. I've had him for about 2.5 weeks and haven't gotten him to eat anything. I got him from a friend who traded for him (i know, not the best way to obtain a cham) but I thought I could provide a better home than what he had previously. I've offered him crickets, super worms, mealworms, dubia roaches, & waxworms. He is drinking water but that is it. He was starting to shed when I got him, so I thought the combo of new surroundings/shedding would make him not want to eat but now I'm getting a little worried. Its driving me a little crazy because he is big, he has eaten a lot of something before but nothin from me! The lack of info to find out anything from his past life is also making this hard. He looks great, has been moving around, and I have been getting him outside as much as possible for some sunlight. I have a double wide reptibreeze large cage (combined 2 into 1) with a basking temperature of 95 on one side of the cage and about 82 in the middle/other side of the cage. I'm misting twice/three times a day and I leave an ice cube on top of the cage (my dropper system) twice a day as well. If anyone has any feedback or suggestions or ideas on how to get him to eat it would be much appreciated!