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Its Your Water>>>More


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Posted by WiscWally on April 25, 2003 at 08:11:03:

In Reply to: Its Your Water>>>More posted by charm_paradise on April 24, 2003 at 12:27:53:

Must be. I do have hard water. I will start using bottled water.
Thanks for the help!

:Hi- This sounds like salt and mineral deposits, that are secreted out from the nose. This is caused by your water source, you have either very hard water, or you have a water softener, that puts salt in to the water. I had this problem when I would use water from my built in water filter on the frig. I now use RO/DI water aka bottled water and don't have this problem anymore. Hope this helps!

:John

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::My young veil seems to have a deposit (pinhead size) by his nostrals. They do not seem to be anything of concern although he has seems a bit more listless the past couple of days than the other chameleons I keep. I feed a variety of foods and dust and maintain the correct lighting (per other posts. Anyone with ideas? Thanks in advance. Wally

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