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Brianne - 2008-02-17
He is so sweet and such a beautiful reptile.

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Marcus - 2010-12-15
Can somebody please help my yeama chameleon just layed a batch of eggs and i dont no what to do, how do i look after them properly there is about 35 eggs? Can i handle them with my hands or do i use somthing else.Please Please some 1 HELP ME THANKS MARCUS

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dorothy ward - 2010-08-19
My veiled chameleon tail is turning black. She is shedding is that ok help?!

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  • chameleon herp - 2010-10-10
    Yes that is perfectly fine it's when the skin dies it dosen't reflect as much light at it did before.
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jendri - 2007-02-13
veiled chameleons are cool! i wish i had two. i like how its eyes move around.

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  • ? - 2010-06-17
    I like that too!
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Faye - 2010-01-10
Not sure why anyone would suggest a tank and substrate for a chameleon. Chameleons do best in a screened enclosure with no substrate. Substrate breeds bacteria and can be ingested. Screen provides the ventilation they need. A glass tank is not appropriate for a chameleon because of stagnant air which increases bacteria. Also, a vet visit is a must with this type of chameleon to check for parasites if wild caught.

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Brandi - 2009-03-19
We just bought a female Graceful. She does not eat a lot but loves to drink a lot. She is very pretty and fun to watch. My girls love watching her eat and drink.

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Mckenzie Fisher - 2009-02-02
My husband I have recently acquired 2 gracefuls. They have been a lot of fun, although a lot of work. We have also spent a lot of money on them. They are very beautiful. We are going to try breeding as we have a male and a female. We'll see how that goes. The main things that we have found to keep them happy is a lot of misting. They like to drink and it is so cool and cute to watch. They also need a lot of food. Our female eats a ton. She once caught 2 crickets at the same time. It was awesome. Our male doesn't eat very much, but we find he does eat when we are not watching. So, keep them well stocked with water and food.

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tu madre - 2008-07-16
Female panther chameleons show only peach, brown, grey and black colors.

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Priscilla - 2008-03-03
I have a three month old female and I enjoy having her as a pet. Though she needs more care I don't mind, I can't wait for her to get older so I can see all the colors she will change to.

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CJ - 2008-02-25
I owned a male veiled chameleon from a young baby, and had it for a very long time until it died of old age. Highly recommended for people who are new to owning chameleons.

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