I just got a veiled chameleon two days ago. So far I have seen him drink water, but I am not 100% sure if he has eaten anything, but I have heard it is to be expected. I set up a camera to watch him and saw his tongue shoot out but I couldn't tell if he got anything. Yesterday, I caught a small fall on the camera, but he caught himself, so I don't think anything too bad happened. Should I be concerned that he fell? I have noticed that the cham has been screen climbing to the upper right corner a lot recently, and I am not sure if I should be concerned. My friend gave it to me because she said he had been too defensive for her. It has also been defensive towards me, but I have started to gain it's trust by not rushing the handling. Since my friend only lived a couple minutes away, we transported the cham in it's original cage, so I didn't get a chance to set it up the way I wanted to. There is still reptile carpet in there which I know is awful for hosting bacteria, but he barely allows my hand in his cage. I also went out to get some branches from outside because there weren't too many in there, but I still have to clean them. I also wanted to get a lot of live plants like a pothos and an umbrella tree for a lot more foliage. I have more fake vines to put in, but he is very defensive when I am near his cage. I have also noticed that he has been on the ground a little (walking around) but he looks like he is hunting. When I walk into the room to mist or feed him, he turns his back to show me his spikes. Although, he has gotten more used to me and is doing less often. My friend also had a compact uvb, but I have gotten a t5 ho linear uvb because I have heard the compact ones are inadequate. I am not 100% sure on his sex either because he has not allowed me to go near him, let alone look at the back of his feet. This is my first chameleon and I have done over 8 months of research on them, and I really want to make sure I give him the best life I can, so I am open to constructive criticism and if anyone has tips on making him (I think) less defensive and aggressive. I have inserted some pictures of the cage, the cham, and the supplements I am using.