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RangoRelapss

New Member
Here is my enclosure 33x19x19 wrapped in wire mesh I have a schefflera and the other plant came from the breeder and a dead wood and finally a vine. Any suggestions or comments are welcome since I'm new to this... Thank you. ImageUploadedByTapatalk1371404547.292988.jpg
 

SaintJimmy

Avid Member
That looks like an adult veiled.

For an adult veiled they need 4 feet height, 2 feet width, and 2 feet length for their space.

The tube shape enclosure is fine, but make sure it is sturdy.

Another piece of advice is to find some sticks the width of the cage and drill holes at the ends, and tie fishing line to them. Then attach the sticks horizontally across the cage so the chameleon has a place to walk.

It doesn't looks as if this cage provides much horizontal space.

Those are my immediate suggestions :)

this is an example of an ideal setup

http://i21.photobucket.com/albums/b271/cornflakep3/Chameleon Pics/IMG_6180RS.jpg

lots of branches.
here are more examples

http://i828.photobucket.com/albums/zz208/cameronchadwick/DSC_0303-2.jpg

http://www.chameleonden.co.uk/images/cage_furn.jpg

https://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/547/20130209133657.jpg/
 

SaintJimmy

Avid Member
10 months is kinda considered adult.

10 months in fact is adult size. I recommend even having an adult cage at around 7 months.

I would go ahead and get an adult cage.
 

camimom

New Member
Ill second saintjimmy.

At that age, a male veiled needs the big boy cage.

my male went into his big boy cage when he was 7 months old.

its time ot upgrade.

I guarantee he will be happier in a bigger cage.
 
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