Trying to seperate my male and female from each other within 1 cage.... would a divider be pointless if it were glass? Does it have to block thier view from each other or just thier contact?
Oh well thats the thing Olimpia, the cage I have now is fine for two babies and they don't see each other much anyway except when she ventures to his vine (pretty rare) They are Jacksons and my male is 6 months and my female 4 months. But I ask not for this cage; but a custom one I am having made with this contractor on the main island. He is going to ride the ferry over. Its not going to be cheap by any means but I want a cage that will last and be everything I need to be and ideal for them the divider will be taken out for a large cage for breeding and seperate them all other times. I also would like to get a panther when I get off island. (years) And with the removable divider it would make for a much larger cage for him/her then. I just need to know what to tell the contractor. Do I want a glass divider or a wooden one?Yea, how large is the cage and what type of chameleons are we talking about (age too, please)? You might find it just way easier to simply buy a second cage. It might not be as cheap, but one cage usually isn't big enough for 2 adult chameleons, so you will probably need a second cage at some point anyway.