What do you think of my terrarium?

Daniel266jz

Avid Member
Yeah, I empty it everyday
Just to be safe, I did this once too before i got a proper drainage system worked out, put something like a plastic mesh over it so IF your cham falls or anything happens theres no possibility of it drowning and it also keeps it easy to empty out. Heres my guy
 

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jpf

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Just to be safe, I did this once too before i got a proper drainage system worked out, put something like a plastic mesh over it so IF your cham falls or anything happens theres no possibility of it drowning and it also keeps it easy to empty out. Heres my guy
What a beautiful chameleon. Thanks for the tip I will put a mesh over it.
 

Daniel266jz

Avid Member
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What a beautiful chameleon. Thanks for the tip I will put a mesh over it.
Thanks lol he’s a grump he hates me but I love him. Also the carpet at the bottom will prove hard to clean once he/she gets older I spot clean mine but paper towels make it way easier!
 

CJ's Exotics

Chameleon Enthusiast
I recommend getting at least one live plant. They hold water better and longer for your cham to drink. They also provide humidity pockets. I recommend a linear UVB or a compact that is in a horizontal dome. I would ditch the green carpet, those can get nasty, and are a pain to clean sometimes. (If you get a live plant, you can have the dripper drip over the pot to minimize insects drowning or an accident with your chameleon. Plus, if your chameleon poops in the cup of water, that will breed bacteria.)
 

jpf

Member
I recommend getting at least one live plant. They hold water better and longer for your cham to drink. They also provide humidity pockets. I recommend a linear UVB or a compact that is in a horizontal dome. I would ditch the green carpet, those can get nasty, and are a pain to clean sometimes. (If you get a live plant, you can have the dripper drip over the pot to minimize insects drowning or an accident with your chameleon. Plus, if your chameleon poops in the cup of water, that will breed bacteria.)
Ok, thanks for all the responses!
 
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