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Posted by StevetheVeiled on April 23, 2003 at 15:28:00:

In Reply to: Stressed out veiled chameleon posted by anson on April 23, 2003 at 14:41:44:

Cages came from Reptile Haven. See other post by me for a bit more info. I hang white towels down between the cages and they work perfectly. They are nearly the exact size of the cage sides and I keep them closer to my Panther's cage, so it helps to keep his humidity a bit higher. I can even spray the towels, if I want to raise the humidity. They can not see eachother under any circumstances. For water, right now I'm dripping my water down through my live plants. I'm going to have to stop doing this though, as it's somewhat of a hassle to empty out the plant trays (and it's too much water for the plants). I need to find a way the water can drip onto the leaves, but then run off and collect into the trays I used to use to collect water (seen in the pics). Actually, the plan is to make 'bases' that the cages can sit on so the water can drain right through to a catch tray underneath. Just haven't gotten to that yet. How much water - I usually drip about 16+ oz. of water a day through each cage, but I'll probably start cutting that back. I mist 3-5 times a day also, so they have a lot of access to water. A misting system is next (mainly to make it easier on the petsitters when we go away). Size - each cage is 24x24x48.

:I love those aluminum cages. Where did you get them? Also what are you using between them so the chams can't see each other, what are you using to catch the water from the drippers and how much water do you put in the drippers daily? Last question, what size are your cages?

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