As the title states, I'm considering the reptile hobby. I currently own 4 aquariums, ranging from 4 to 210 gallons, all of which require daily care, and about 3-4 hours of work each weekend. I understand these aren't the best beginner lizards, but I plan to devote myself to the work that comes with owning a Chameleon, just like how I did with my aquariums. What should I know before owning one? I understand they're tree dwelling lizards, and they prefer a humid, screen habitat. That's about the extent of my knowledge. These were the materials I was planning to get. Is there anything else I need? Is this a good kit for a male Veiled Chameleon? Habitat kit: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...JX4FAVYN&psc=1 Fogger: Amazon.com : https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...OJII3VEM&psc=1 Chameleons: http://flchams.com/chameleon/premium...leon-for-sale/ http://www.lllreptile.com/products/3...her-chameleons http://www.lllreptile.com/products/3...her-chameleons I'm leaning towards the baby panthers because they're much more colorful and only $30 more, but I'm having trouble deciding which to get. Both look good.