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My V-Chameleon recently ate some heavenly Bamboo.good/bad?


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Posted by lizardman on May 04, 2003 at 03:30:23:

In Reply to: My V-Chameleon recently ate some heavenly Bamboo.good/bad? posted by SLACkra on May 01, 2003 at 20:18:28:

:Today was warm so i took sarah outside. she is a adult female veiled chameleon. Well i was watching her making sure she didn't do anything or run off, and i looked away for a secound and looked back and she was eating of the the leaves. she only got a bit of it but i am worried that it could cause problems. Dose anybody know?

I believe that "Heavenly Bamboo"--Nandina domestica has low toxicity; most likely the berries would have the most probability of causing mild problems. Many birds eat the berries without problems; however, it may have some negative effects on mammals. If no unusual symptoms develop within the next day or two, there probably is no need to worry.





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