How many chameleon species do you have experience with? How many genera?
Here's some help with a translation: "My focus has been with live-bearing chameleons from the mountains. In particular I have really liked the two-lined group of chameleons for the last several years."Huh? Wait, let me reboot my brain. Okay... huh? Damn, there it goes again!
OH ... I have the PROBLEM ... if that's what you want to call it. However lack of money and space prevent me from going too crazy. Mind you on top of the 4 Veileds with 26 eggs due in a month and 57 due next fall and the 2 Pygmy chams we just got we've also got many other creatures.I'm really surprised that half the votes came in as 1 chameleon.
I guess they dont have a problem like the rest of us.
Hey ... me too!! I just got my Pygmy's yesterday. I love 'em ... I hope they will breed for me!!I now own two species veiled and pygmy
Whew .... Thanks ... I don't feel so bad now!! LOLOL Too bad you weren't a little closer as I'm looking for a male crested gecko to breed with the two females I have.I feel your pain (with the tiny (1br) apartment & the MANY critters!) I have 2 panthers, 1 veiled, 2 jackson's + 1 ball python, 1 kenyan sand boa, 2 vorax geckos, 2 gargoyle geckos, 24 crested geckos, 5 panther geckos, 1 mouse, 2 gerbils, 1 snapping turtle & 2 dogs. (oh, and 6 mad. hissing roaches, 3 false death head roaches & 1 african giant millipede & 2 cricket colonies to keep everyone fed). I hope I didn't forget anyone...
I'm also going to 2 herp shows this month, so the collection will likely grow yet again.