Veiled Chameleon staple food issue

MissSkittles

Chameleon Enthusiast
In their natural habitat, wild veileds have very short life spans of usually a year or less due to the dry season. As a result, they grow super fast and are ready to reproduce at a younger age.
 

Uri

Avid Member
Veileds are famous for growing and reaching sexual maturity at absurd speeds if you see some 6 month old veileds you’d think they were over a year old it’s crazy never had one but I’ve seen enough posts on Facebook to learn
 

GiovanniBelinni

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Here is what I’ve set up… play sand and potting soil mix, privacy sheet
 

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