Off subject FS-Male and female Chameleons

Discussion in 'Buy, Sell, Trade' started by costa510, Dec 30, 2010.

  1. costa510

    costa510 Guest

    I have to many pets and I m trying to just stay fish cus of how much room my house has. The male is 2 years old and is great colors, the female is 9 months old. They come with everything cages, lights, branches, ficus tree's, waterfall, drippers, heat bulbs, temp controls, ect........ everything you need to take care of them. ask $300 which is cheaper then any pet store. Male is great acts like a cat kinda just wants to roam around the house and climb. Female is shy, and is almost ready to breed. they both are veil chameleons which have those big crests on their heads. pics coming soon
  2. tuberider

    tuberider Guest

    What type? Jackson's, Johnson's?
  3. costa510

    costa510 Guest

    Veil Chameleons
  4. tuberider

    tuberider Guest

    I soooo wish I had the space, they are about as cool as animals get :)
  5. screebo

    screebo Supporting Member

    Chamaeleo calyptratus
  6. costa510

    costa510 Guest

    they are the male is very cool he has his own personality, he will like scratch at the cage when he wants out and drink water out your hand and eat from your hand. Then you open his cage put your arm out and he will climb out and sit on you shoulder.
  7. costa510

    costa510 Guest

  8. costa510

    costa510 Guest

    1. is male and female
    2. is the battle
    3. is her hiding
    4. is her pissed off and him trying to get some
    5. is the male
    6. is the female
    7. you can see her and him on the rail
  9. h20player101

    h20player101 Guest

    Ok, that is cool, but I don't need anymore animals...
  10. costa510

    costa510 Guest

    I bet not alot of us do, its for anyone who may have always wanted them, or has kids plus these will be breeders soon.
  11. screebo

    screebo Supporting Member

    I dabbled in raising some chamaeleo pardalis (panther chameleons) including a very cool blue Nosy Be male. The only thing I hated was the smell of the cricket farm. A few would always escape to somewhere out of sight but in clear audio range! :O
  12. costa510

    costa510 Guest

    YEA!!!!! damn those little things haha but I went and fixed any escape route's at first it was bad my wife would freak out haha.
  13. screebo

    screebo Supporting Member

    One of my solutions to stinky crickets was to buy some mail order silk worm eggs. I'd gather mulberry leaves (the only thing they'll eat) and raise them up. They were not stinky at all and the reptiles loved them. It's a fun little project.
  14. phishphood

    phishphood Guest

    Oh man I'd love those, but I get the feeling my 3 dogs and cat would have a little too much fun with them...
  15. ryanjiang

    ryanjiang Guest

    They are cool!
  16. mavjoy

    mavjoy Guest

    They're not just cool but a must have for any reefer.. ;)
  17. costa510

    costa510 Guest

    yes they are $250 for anyone on BAR
  18. Thales

    Thales Past President


    Do you have pics of the housing?
  19. Bula

    Bula Guest

    Do you have a picture of the cage set up and how often do you have to feed them?
  20. sid700

    sid700 Supporting Member

    Are these things reef-safe?

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