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Panther, Veiled or Two-horned?

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Posted by: Kyleson at Sat Jul 10 07:58:01 2010  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Kyleson ]  
   

I am beginning the process of creating a terrarium for a chameleon. I once had a veiled chameleon ( a long time ago ) and now I'm interested in the Panther Chameleon. I have purchased a large aluminum screened enclosure..I have gathered info on live vegetation, basking lamps, misting systems, nutrition. My greatest challenge is nutrition. I'm getting mixed messages about what to feed them. I love the idea of feeding live food for hunting skills, but the variety isn't there. I live in Northern, Ontario, Canada. I'm guessing that winter months will be my greatest challenge. Other than gut-loaded crickets and meal-worms....what other suggestions may be given to me to create a variety-diet for my chameleon (which I don't yet have btw) Are you aware of any Ontario, Canada food distributors?


   

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