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Jchkayla

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I have a 2x2x4 cage and my Cham is almost as long as my hand, I’m nervous to put him in there. I wonder if he’ll find his food okay because the cage is so big and the crickets will be able to go anywhere. Please give some advice! How big should he be for him to thrive properly in his 2x2x4 cage? This is his now, I was changing him to a brand new butterfly cage, I’ve been using these since I got him when he was wayyy smaller then expected.
 

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JuniorC

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I have a 2x2x4 cage and my Cham is almost as long as my hand, I’m nervous to put him in there. I wonder if he’ll find his food okay because the cage is so big and the crickets will be able to go anywhere. Please give some advice! How big should he be for him to thrive properly in his 2x2x4 cage? This is his now, I was changing him to a brand new butterfly cage, I’ve been using these since I got him when he was wayyy smaller then expected.
Good looking cham
 

PoseidonTheChameleon

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I dont know about you but just seeing him poop doesnt give me an idea of how much hes eating, if your worried then just cup feed, I can take a pic in the morning if u want but u just have to put it where he can get to it which shouldnt be too hard
 

PoseidonTheChameleon

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Not necessarily, if you put some type of grippy stuff on it so they can climb up instead of jumping like in the back of a milk jug, I made one but I cant take a pic rn
Sorry I should have clarified, not just a cup, but make a hole in a milk jug or something and put grippy stuff on the back so they can climb around but cant get out
 
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