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RE: Jackson chameleon sleeping

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Posted by: campbellman23 at Thu Jul 21 13:42:26 2011  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by campbellman23 ]  
   

maybe but he never showed any signs of sleep deprivation, or heat exhaustion. no gaping mouth or odd colors, plus he was very active up until that 24 hour time span. This is a run down of the day before he started acting odd. I cleaned his cage because it was due. I used warm water only. I did rearrange some of the plants to give is better decor but nothing serious. I also order a different kind of fruit flie (D.Hydea) because they were bigger and lived longer. he ate two really fast and threw it up but immediately ate another and kept it down. I figured he was used to scarfing down the little melangaster flies so he just ate to fast. then he started acting odd. I somewhat think the flies were the culprit but I have no proof.


   

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