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RE: Found a chameleon - advice needed!

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Posted by: Carlton at Tue Jun 10 12:41:53 2008  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Carlton ]  
   

I haven't had a veiled who ate veggie or fruit foods, but at that time no one realized they would take it. My one cbb veiled prefered to munch on a couple of favorite houseplants instead. Some people put chunks of fruit on trimmed twigs in the cage kind of a kabob. A cham can safely eat a chunk no wider than its head at the jawline (same guideline for insect sizes too). Fresh greens can be held in a twist tie on the cage screen by a perch. Not all veileds eat it and they tend to do it more as adults than juveniles. If she doesn't try any veggies you can still give her that nutrition by gutloading her insects with fresh greens and fruits anyway.


   

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