two headed monster jackson chameleon

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Jax_Cham_MAN, Dec 20, 2016.

  1. Zan❤sChams

    Zan❤sChams Member

    That picture is very interesting but very sad at the same time. At least the poor little guy's life was ended quickly.
  2. ponders

    ponders Chameleon Enthusiast

  3. has anyone else had birth defects like this
  4. wavingsnail

    wavingsnail Established Member

    What did you do with these guys? Hopefully you preserved them.
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  5. no i didn't preserve them
  6. wavingsnail

    wavingsnail Established Member

    Too bad, I would have bought them.
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  7. really how much would have you spent
  8. ponders

    ponders Chameleon Enthusiast

    I preserved mine
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  9. wavingsnail

    wavingsnail Established Member

    Well if you ever have interest in selling, let me know.
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  10. These little babies were born two days before my birthday so i didn't really have time to preserve them
  11. has anyone had 3 eye babies or something like that
  12. brownie64

    brownie64 Avid Member

    This is why I stopped breeding Jacksons. They are real hard to keep alive. I had a batch that by all accounts were doing great until they reached about 4 and a half months at which point they just dropped like flies for no apparent reason. I have seen people on here that have had success, but I think that every condition has to be optimal especially the health of the female for there to be any success. And I think luck has a great deal to do with it as well.
  13. BlueSky

    BlueSky Member

    This is INCREDIBLE! Shame the little guy didn't survive, but that's also not much of a surprise. Thanks for sharing!
  14. how do preserve them
  15. JacksJill

    JacksJill Chameleon Enthusiast

    You will need formalin solution. I don't know where to get it besides the vet's office. It's what they use to preserve biopsies.
  16. Decadancin

    Decadancin Moderatoris Americanus
    Staff Member

    I don't think formaldehyde has been used for this in many years as the preferred method. Formalin is what I would suggest as well.
  17. here is a pic of there father this is a pic of him very young


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