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RE: 200 Gallon fish tank for Carpet Chams

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Posted by: Disappear at Wed Aug 31 23:09:57 2011  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Disappear ]  
   

Wow, sounds like a great project you got going on. The kind I would like to take on. I am not too familiar with Carpet cameleons but if is arboreal I would change a lot things with this project. For starters I would not put other animals in there...especially expensive ones. You be surprised what chameleons will be willing to eat at times, meaning they may eat your geckos. I would continue the project with only geckos. Second, while your ratio of 2 to 1 is awesome is still not big enough to house three chameleons. I myself built for one male veiled cham a 6'x2'x2' cage with the following materials from various places. 72"x.75".75" about 2$ each. Garden anti bird mesh, non toxic!(best of all) doubled up.I have added plants and a variety of things. I used screws to build it. I had a drill bid also, to predrilled. I have photo if you like to see. Either way it took skills but it was cheap enough.


   

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