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5 Tips To Keep Your Female Chameleon Healthy

by Farrah on January 20, 2012

Female panther chameleons can make great pets. In fact, they can live long healthy lives, and be just as cool as the males! However, there is just one significant difference between males and females. Females can lay eggs! Before we get started, it’s important to understand something about the female panther chameleon. Females can lay […]

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Why do panther chameleons turn dark?

by Farrah on December 21, 2011

Common Reasons There are many reasons why a chameleon will display darker colors. A common misconception is that dark colors always means stress. This is not true. So before you panic, check out these top three reason why chameleons turn dark. 1. Basking If the chameleon is dark and is close to the heat bulb, […]

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How To Setup Your Timer

by Vincent on November 30, 2011

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How to make a feeding cup. Pros & Cons

by Vincent on November 17, 2011

A feeding cup is simply a cup that you use to feed your chameleon. Before going into the details of how to make one, let’s go over the pros and cons of using one. Advantages of using a feeding cup Feeding cups are a good way to keep things clean. Instead of having crickets hide […]

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Oorana Mena – Red Rain

by Vincent on November 2, 2011

Screameleons is proud to present the newest panther chameleon morph. With the help of a very good friend, we have named this new discovery the “Oorana Mena” panther chameleon. Oorana Mena is Malagasy for “red rain”. The name describes the carmine red speckles over their light blue and white background. One of their most striking […]

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Oorana Mena: Red Rain

by Vincent on November 1, 2011

Screameleons is proud to present the newest panther chameleon morph. With the help of a very good friend, we have named this new discovery the “Oorana Mena” panther chameleon. Oorana Mena is Malagasy for “red rain”. The name describes the carmine red speckles over their light blue and white background. One of their most striking […]

How to dust your crickets

November 1, 2011

Frequently Asked Questions Q. Why do I need to dust my crickets? Dusting your crickets with vitamins are key to keeping your chameleon healthy. Without them, your chameleon is at risk of developing problems such as Metabolic Bone Disease (MBD) and eye problems. Q. What supplements should I use? Everyone has a different preference when […]

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How to unpack your chameleon

November 1, 2011

Frequently Asked Questions Q. Do your chameleons get stressed during shipping? No. We have been shipping chameleons nationwide and internationally for a very long time. We don’t take any short-cuts when it comes to our chameleons. Our shipping materials are both proven and professional. When done properly, the chameleon goes through very little, if any, […]

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How to handle your chameleon properly

November 1, 2011

1. Never pick up a chameleon from above. When handling a chameleon, you want the chameleon to be aware of you. When you approach them from behind or above, they get startled and go into a defensive mode. Avoid picking the chameleon up from behind as well. The video below illustrates what NOT to do. […]

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Gut-Loading For Long-Term Health

November 1, 2011

What is Gut-Loading? Gut-loading is the process of feeding your crickets a healthy diet.  It is absolutely essential in raising a healthy chameleon. We do this for two reason: It will fill crickets up with nutritious items such as vegetables, grains and fruits. You can’t feed your panther chameleon these items, but crickets will eat […]

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