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Posted by Syd on May 04, 2003 at 20:42:55:
In Reply to: Veiled Chameleons posted by jusmebabe on May 03, 2003 at 16:31:01:
:Veilds are easy to care for if you learn the proper housing and care. As with nost things the things you need to house and care for a veild (or any animal) will greatly exceed the small amount of the actual animal. Your main cooncerns will be feeding,watering, and lighting. Once you get those 3 things understood you will not have problems. \ Hello thanks for getting back to me. I guess right now I am in the process of getting my 175 gallon set up and then from there find the appropriate plants/trees to put in the enclosure. I do have the book by Philippe de Vosjoli "Care and Breeding of Chameleons" It is great. Thanks again I will post in the near future.
:As for age get one that is at least 3 months old (if your a beginner) as they are hardier and past the delicate and natural selection stage (when they just die of no apparent cause).
:There's a good book by Gary Ferguson and Philippe de Vosjoli called "Care abnd Breeding of Chameleons.