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Posted by: scottelagrange at Fri Dec 10 09:11:47 2010  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by scottelagrange ]  
   

I just got a veiled chameleon and i want to make sure im doing things right.I feed him crickets every day. I use a 2:1 supplement every other day. except for saturdays, then i just use veggies. I also keep some pothos in there with her. she seems to love them. I also put in some lettuce/ celery.

for decor, I have some branches (fake) and im using a reptibark for the substrate. I mist it 2-3 times a day. she is in a screened enclosure, so keeping a moderate humidity level it tough. will this be an issue?

for lighting/ heat I use a ceramic heat source that heats the hot spot about 80-85. there is also a 10.0 uv bulb that i turn off at night.

I read that chams do not usually drink from a still body of water so i do not have a water dish. Will she get enough fluids from misting and the veggies?
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