Red Island - Tamatave

little leaf

Avid Member
impressive - ( not that I know much about the locals :p ) but I sure know a great pic when I see it :D that tree is neat in the 3rd pic too , how it sets his colors off
 

Red Island

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impressive - ( not that I know much about the locals :p ) but I sure know a great pic when I see it :D that tree is neat in the 3rd pic too , how it sets his colors off
The tree is a young Rainbow Eucalyptus, in a few years it will display more color than the chameleon! It grew over 15 feet in just one year.
 

little leaf

Avid Member
The tree is a young Rainbow Eucalyptus, in a few years it will display more color than the chameleon! It grew over 15 feet in just one year.
wow- I dont know who I like more- the tree or the cham :p it would be neat to post him in that tree as he and the tree grow more colors :) I wonder if one could live in Ohio ? I would love to have that tree ( or cham ;) :p )
 

Red Island

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He is captive born. His parents were from a shipment in 2011, I think he's from a pair I sold fellow forum member Jessica.
 

chameleoman

Established Member
You should keep it outside in a outdoor enclosure so those colors dont change. Have you seen those WC Nosy Bes that are green but then turn blue over time in captivity.
 

edward82

New Member
Color

So you said he dont turn to green...is that his color all the time or is he green normaly and just turned that color because of a nother male..please awnser i would like to know what his colors are and go from thanks
 

edward82

New Member
What do you mean he dont turn green...when hes not flareing up what colors is he the same or what no green at all
 
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