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Top 6 Mistakes Pet Chameleon Owners Make!

Top 6 Mistakes Pet Chameleon Owners Make!

Top 6 Mistakes Pet Chameleon Owners Make!, This invaluable report will help you avoid common problems that novice (and even experienced!) chameleon owners often make.

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Over 90% of pet chameleons die within the first week of owning, unfortunately. This is due to two main factors:

  1. Buying a chameleon that is already not healthy and weak – if you are unable to spot the 12 signs that indicate that a chameleon is not healthy, then it is likely that you will not make the best choice when selecting your chameleon.
  2. Not being prepared for what keeping a chameleon entails or neglecting any of the 13 conditions that are required for a healthy chameleon.

If you rely on whoever is selling you the chameleons for information about their care, I’m sorry to say that most pet shop owners (yes, even those ‘specialising’ in reptiles) have NO CLUE when it comes to keeping and breeding chameleons.

…and if you rely on the internet for information, when it comes to chameleon care, the stuff out there is very conflicting and I’ve ran across some VERY BAD advice.

It was out of this frustration for the lack of good information, that I wrote the “Chameleon Care Guide” – a complete, comprehensive, yet easy-to-read guide that will take you by the hand and tell you everything you need to know about keeping and breeding healthy chameleons.

If you read this guide, I GUARANTEE you that you’ll know more than the vast majority of pet shop keepers out there! Plus, you’ll save much, much more than the small price of this e-book just from the tips contained in the buying a chameleon and creating a chameleon habitat sections alone!

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Chameleons Eat

Chameleons Eating, What Do Chameleons Eat?

Chameleons Eating, What Do Chameleons Eat?

Chameleons typically eat insects, however larger species, like the common chameleon, may additionally take alternative lizards and young birds.
The vary of diets will be seen from the subsequent examples:

The veiled chameleon, genus Chameleon from peninsula, is insectivorous, however grub leaves once alternative sources of water aren’t obtainable. It will be maintained on a diet of crickets.
They can eat as several as 15–50 giant crickets every day.

Chameleons Eat

Chameleons Eat

Jackson’s chameleon from African country and northern African nation grub a good style of little animals as well as ants, butterflies, caterpillars, snails, worms, lizards, geckos, amphibians, and alternative chameleons, moreover as stuff, like leaves, tender shoots, and berries.

It will be maintained on a mixed diet as well as kale, herbaceous plant leaves, lettuce, bananas, tomatoes, apples, crickets, and wax worms.

The common Chameleon of Europe, North Africa, and also the Mideast, Chameleon chameleon, in the main grub wasps and mantises; such arthropods type over 3 quarters of its diet.

Some specialists advise that the common chameleon mustn’t be fed completely on crickets; these ought to structure no quite 0.5 the diet, with the remainder a combination of wax worms, earthworms, grasshoppers, flies, and plant materials like inexperienced leaves, oats, and fruit.

Chameleons Eat

Chameleons Eating

Temperature influences the number of food eaten up.
Some chameleons just like the panther chameleon of Madagascar regulate their vitamin D3 levels, of that their insect diet could be a poor supply, by exposing themselves to daylight since its ultraviolet illumination part will increase internal production.

It’s not bad to know:

Chameleons are parasitized by nematode worms, together with thread worms.

Thread worms may be transmitted by biting insects like ticks and mosquitoes. alternative roundworms ar transmitted through food contaminated with roundworm eggs; the larvae burrow through the wall of the internal organ into the blood.

 

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