everything sounds good. The basking temps might be a little high, but thats where mine are too to or else my little guy wont move and gets real lazy. As long as he is active and drinking/eating/pooping everyday i dont see too much of a problem, if he starts to look unhealthy get him to a vet asap thoThe basking temp ranges from 84 to about 88, the ambient temp is around 75ish, The humidity on some days dips down to about 30ish but normally is around 45-55 before misting. i also have a little dripper running for around 12 hours a day, he is drinking fine but in a day he normally eat only 3 or 4 1/8 sized crickets. he also poops every day is that good?
Can you find Scientific facts, that the reason he isn't eating its because it is too dense. lol JKThe reason i think he is not eating is the fact that your cage is very dense can he see his food. Are you cup feeding him?
Can you find Scientific facts, that the reason he isn't eating its because it is too dense. lol JK
If you look closely there is a gallon that has been cut open, for the cup feeding method.
Chameleons like to be able to hide so they feel safe.