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Chameleon help needed


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Posted by lizardman on April 29, 2003 at 08:56:41:

In Reply to: Chameleon help needed posted by agentcooper on April 28, 2003 at 12:47:58:

:I have a pair of veiled chameleons that are two and a half years old. I keep them in seperate cages but in the same room about 20 feet apart. My female has been displaying turquiose spots and the male's sex organs appear to be fully extended from his body, all the time. they are very red. I moved the female to anothe room completely yesterday but he hasn't changed. I bred them last year and this didn't happen, should I be worried and take him to a vet?

If the male chameleon doesn't retract the hemipenis within a day without the female in the area, then a vet may have to diagnose the problem. Try re-locating the male's caging in a different area of the room as most chameleons are very territorial.
Goodluck.





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