Aw. I'm sorry, females seem to be more gentle. Depends on the cham honestly.Yea I feel bad an miss her. She was gentle always liked my attention an my wife's. My wife was more attached. Noticed with mostly misting today. She did the rest.
My male panther bit her. But wasn't to bad. Think she got to close. He was in a full body shed. Told her to offer crickets an let water do its job with shedding.
He doesn't seem as comfortable around humans as the females do.
She was already passed when she was cut open. I didn't do cut my wife did. She worked as a vet assistant well dogs/cats. She wasn't looking for the eggs. Was looking for impaction an see if superworms we're there an what they effected. Neither was the case but seen the eggs. Doesn't know if it's egg bind because eggs didnt look fully developed.You said the male panther bit her....how was he close enough to bite her? That isn't what made the mark on her side?
Was there any damage to her internally when you cut her open to get the eggs? Would the eggs be fertile?
Are you breeding them? Can the females see the male often? Are they all in separate cages?
They're dry shedders and moistening them during a shed just makes things worse as a rule.
You said the female was climbing your arm to get out of the cage...if that's an unusual/different than normal action for her, then it might mean something...like she's looking for a place to lay the eggs or looking for a male.
I think more likely it was undigested exoskeleton. Chiten is difficult to digest, but when reptiles chew them up (breaking the exoskeleton), the innards can be digested quite well, whether they squish out or the stomach acids work their way in.An why her stool was undigested superworms.
It's your thread.Had a question kinda off topic.
I wanted to move my veiled chameleon male. Next to my older female panther cage. Would that be ok. Only thing that would be a splitter is the plastic window insulation clear on female right side of cage. But think they could see each other. Not sure
I was just looking at some studies this morning.Veiled chameleons also communicate through vibrations