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GreenChameleons

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Think this is enough for two 4 foot enclosures
 

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I always have the hardest time putting together chameleon enclosures I’m not very good at it I nuke it overthink everything and feel like I get nothing accomplished every time I put together one. I don’t know if the ficus trees are going to fit with 2 pothos plants in both. Hard to mount ficus trees if you want an easy cleaning for bottom. I’ve got about 2 weeks to get these done and the cleanup of Florance put me way behind. I always appreciate the help from everyone and keep it coming my mind is spinning. Usually I put a bunch of vines and a umbrella plant but I wanted to try it differently this time with these Xantholophus Jacksonii pair from Steve Mcnary.
 
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