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Veiled cham eats too little?

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Posted by: icemom at Thu May 3 16:54:04 2012  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by icemom ]  
   

Hi everyone,
My chamileon is about two month old, i think. I had him only about a week. He is housed in 4x2x2 screen cage with UVA and heat bulb. Basking temp varies from 105 to 78 depending what spot he'll pick. My screen mesh is too large for small crix so he's being fed twice a day in a glass tank that sits on the bottom inside the cage. What concerns me is how little he eats. He would eat from one to three crix at a time, but mostly two. Is it enough for him since he's so tiny himself or I should be concerned? The crix are 1/2", gut loaded and dusted. He usually eats his couple of crix right away and loses interest in the rest of those that still walk around. Then I put him back into his enclosure. Any suggestions? Thanks


   

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