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Posted by Chamsrcool on April 22, 2003 at 21:10:03:

In Reply to: pygmy leafs posted by pygmyleaf on April 22, 2003 at 14:12:51:

I'm 15 and know lots about chams. wanna chat.

I cant find too many people my age that would like to talk about chams/reptiles


anyways i would first go for one froma breeder that treats for parasites as these tend to also be Captive born. they cost anywere from $15-$30 for one...usually more around $20.

a 20 gallon long is best for 1-3 of these as they all have more room but a ten gallon tends to be cramp for some reason.

they like to have lots of ground space to roam around in. at night they climp into the buches near the ground but they dont go any farther 3 foot up.

they eat pinheads,mealworms,fruitflys, and allmost anything else that is white,moves, and fits in their mouths.
In the wild they would eat termites so they take freshly shed mealies and crickets better.




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