Now that's typical attitude in the photo!Chameleon Log Day 10:
The little ones are still ferociously eating to the point I had to put my Josh's Frogs order in to get everything to ramp up the fruitfly cultures. So right now I'm feeding about what 4 cultures can produce daily (so imagine an 1/8th of a cup full of flightless fruitflies.)
One key thing I've noticed is aggression has started to change from dominance based climbing on one another to actual gaping and rocking displays. So far only one little one has provided the following show which I've added as an attachment. With this starting after their first week I figured it was time for a little space. Initially 30 babies went in and I've regularly been able to count 26-27 daily without pulling each of them out one by one. Up to this point I had no bodies show up of any that had yet to make it. Since the aggression displays have 'started' I figured it was time to think the heard and went and grabbed another Exo Terra this morning to split the load. Just waiting on some parts to come in for the Monsoon so I can split it between both enclosures. While pulling out 10 of the most accessible Cham's out I stumbled upon one solo baby that didn't make it in the middle of a Shefflera leaf (where the stems meet for the umbrella shape.) No physical damage was on the body, but I'm going to start keeping an eye on everyone more than I had been. Basking temps are in the mid 80's and humidity fluctuates between daily 40-60% (depending on if the enclosure just received a misting or was drying out) all the way to the 70-80% nightly humidity.
I'm going to check on the others on the initial enclosure tomorrow and pull them out to get an official count. Right now we should be at 10 in the new and 19 on the original.