We’ve had our veiled chameleon since the end of April and he’s about 4 to 5 months old. He seemed like he was ready to transition to a larger cage because he was moving around it a lot and it was sometimes hard for him to move in it with all the plants and vines. He was in a screened cage that was about 18” x 12” x 20”. So I built him a new cage that’s about 3.5’ x 2.5’ x 5.5’ and placed him in it yesterday. It’s still a work in progress as I am adding more vines and limbs as well as putting in another UVB light and auto-mister today. But anyway.. he seemed happy yesterday and today he just roams around climbing from the top to bottom exploring his cage. I think he is hungry and is unable to find the free range crickets. I have not seen him eat today and I usually have no problems seeing him eat as soon as the food is placed in his cage. So I made a container for the crickets and worms out of a milk carton and he still hasn’t found it. Right now he is chilling at the top branch under the heating lamp.. probably tired from his explorations. His cage stays at 80 degrees all around (probably due to Texas heat and being in front of the window) with 60% humidity. My issue is: should I be concerned about his exploration and how can I help him find food? Did I move him to a cage that was too large for him at his age?