So i have started keeping Neptune outside 24/7 this year since i noticed he was doing very poorly inside. Well this winter was too cold to keep him outdoors and so i brought him indoors. He gets to go outdoors for several hours about 8 hours a week minimum. However today i noticed he wasnt able to shoot well and kept missing targets. I also noticed hes been doing prolonged washes and keeping his eyes closed for several minutes. He has no artificial uvb. And gets repashy calcium plus and plain calcium as his supplements. I immediately worry about something serious. So i dose him with liquid calcium (2 units) and wait. Then i remembered he had been severely agitated by basking lamps when i brought him back in. Seeking shade constantly just for his head. I only have a 60 watt incandescent house bulb on him. I turned it off. Put on a 60 watt ceramic heater, turned on the room light and opened a window. He immediately started eating and shooting with no problem. This worries me.... this is my second chameleon who was supposed to be healthy who seems sensitive to artificial lights. Yet i see many others who dont seem to be. Or at least we dont seem aware? Has anyone else noticed these behaviors in their chams?