Say hello to my new chameleon finally got a picture!

Uri

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This was when he was sleeping it’s nighttime right now where I’m at but say hello to my new trioceroes hoehnelii from @JacksJill he has red spikes and is a year and a half red spikes on his back like a dragon very cool no name yet so I’m open to suggestions very excited did refuse food on the first day but that’s okay he did drink and bask I shall monitor his acclimation and give him space in hopes that he acclimated faster then my jacksonii Picasso did
 

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Uri

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If I could simulate those nighttime drops I’d totally get one, or a mellers. For now I got three stinky veileds. One day I’ll get a mellers!
I wouldn’t say it’s THAT hard it’s just very expensive depending on your situation I keep mine in my basement which is also where my room is and it gets to 67 at night and with a room ac I can get it to the low 60s high 50s the unfortunate side is since I keep warmer species there too I have to have nighttime heat for them since they don’t appreciate the cold as mucg
 
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