yemen chameleon

ghettomike

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definately take the woodchips out as they can cause impaction in your cham not to mention that substrates can be a breeding ground for bacteria and a hiding spot for feeders. my f veiled gets kinda grump and does not eat as much when she is going through a bigger shed. I have read lots of posts on here saying that peoples chams will often stop/eat less around shed time. I would try to stimulate its appetite with its favorite feeder.
 

wayney p

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thanks ive taken the woodchip out he ate 2 locusts earlier so he seems bk to normal thanks for your help
 
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