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Veiled/Panther Chameleon enclosure questions


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Posted by Scelus on April 27, 2003 at 21:51:35:

In Reply to: Veiled/Panther Chameleon enclosure questions posted by jusmebabe on April 27, 2003 at 21:44:11:

:The above mentioned chameleons both look for the highest point. As for size those sizes aren't needed (unless you just want them). You can house either as adults in a 100 gal. Ficuse trees are fine and will support them just buy a bigger one as opposed to the smaller ones.
:Just remember that cricket's will chew through your 100.00 plus reptariums in no time (trust me i have had all mine chewed) so you want to consider getting a regular chameleon cage made of aluminum. As for misting, i use a I.V. bag and let it run since i can determine the drip rate. I also mist 2 times a day (morning and late afternoon).

hmmmm... I'm going to take the aluminum caging into consideration, I've heard the deal with crickets before... and I'd really rather not have to patch cricket holes.
Thanks.





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