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Posted by: rappstar609 at Wed Jun 18 15:07:14 2008  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by rappstar609 ]  
   

Sorry for so many questions but i just want to do everything right and have these little guys be okay. I have been doing a lot of research and found it is going to take 2-3 weeks for my new Rudis Chameleons to settle in. I have them in the same enclosure. So, maybe all the stress and anxiety I have about having everything right is just that; everything is right and they just need to be left alone to settle in. My question is, WILL they settle in together, or is it best to put them each in their own setup? they are having territory issues, but as far as i know both are eating and both seem alright. will they work these territory issues out in 2-3 weeks as well? or should i just separate them?


   

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