two headed monster jackson chameleon

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

  1. Jax_Cham_MAN

    Jax_Cham_MAN Member

    that is there mother about a month before she gave birth
     
  2. Jax_Cham_MAN

    Jax_Cham_MAN Member

    here is a pic of there brother
     
  3. ridgebax1

    ridgebax1 Established Member

     
  4. ridgebax1

    ridgebax1 Established Member

    I was trying to connect my reply to the formaldehyde response but obviously was unsuccessful. Anyway, formaldehyde is a gas and formalin is the preservation fluid made by combining formaldehyde with water and methyl alcohol. http://www.ecu.edu/cs-admin/oehs/envmgmnt/Formalin.cfm
     
  5. ridgebax1

    ridgebax1 Established Member

    Also the baby is adorable. I love chameleon babies, I think they are the cutest things around!!
     
  6. Nursemaia

    Nursemaia Chameleon Enthusiast

    I would've liked that specimen myself too. I collect antique medical supplies, bones, and things in jars. I have a beautiful dry mounted sheep's brain.
     
  7. Virgil1972

    Virgil1972 Avid Member

    Nice. I have a bear skull.
     
  8. Nursemaia

    Nursemaia Chameleon Enthusiast

    I have cat, deer, racoon, and goat skulls. Random bones I've found and some human vertebrae
     
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  9. Virgil1972

    Virgil1972 Avid Member

    Nice
     
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  10. Jax_Cham_MAN

    Jax_Cham_MAN Member

    i have an ancient turtle bone
     
  11. ShadowCry17

    ShadowCry17 New Member

    That's so sad poor bb
     
  12. Jax_Cham_MAN

    Jax_Cham_MAN Member

    i wonder if they would try fighting each other when they were older because there were both males
     
  13. Jax_Cham_MAN

    Jax_Cham_MAN Member

    That would kinda be interesting
     
  14. Jax_Cham_MAN

    Jax_Cham_MAN Member

    i wonder if there was a male head and female head they would automatically be breeded
     
  15. Jax_Cham_MAN

    Jax_Cham_MAN Member

    or if there was two female heads would they have twice as many babies
     
  16. Theveiled

    Theveiled Avid Member

    With they mutation they had, they may have been sterile. I would not breed a cham like that anyways, even if it did survive
     
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  17. JacksJill

    JacksJill Chameleon Enthusiast

    I know you are just kidding but twins like these get a very random set of organs. Some have gastrointestinal tracts that don't go all the way thru the odds of being able to breed one (which of course you wouldn't do) are so close to none as to not matter.
     
  18. Jax_Cham_MAN

    Jax_Cham_MAN Member

    i wonder i much i could've sold a live two headed jackson chameleon
     

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