- 1 Why is my veiled chameleon hissing?
- 2 Can you keep female veiled chameleons together?
- 3 Can you put two female chameleons together?
- 4 What causes a chameleon to drop its leaves?
- 5 Are there any plants that are bad for Chameleons?
- 6 How to tell if an Oustalet chameleon is male or female?
- 7 What should I do if my chameleon is dying?
- 8 Do you have to keep a veiled chameleon together?
- 9 Are there any baby veiled chameleons for sale?
- 10 What foods should I avoid if I have a veiled chameleon?
- 11 Can a veild or Jackson Chameleon bite you?
Why is my veiled chameleon hissing?
Chameleons will hiss for a variety of reasons including temperature, handling and stress associated with the environment surrounding the chameleon. Frightened mature chameleons will glare intensely with their swiveling eyes at the object or person approaching them, strongly hissing to ward off contact.
Can you keep female veiled chameleons together?
Adult and almost adult veiled chameleons (Chamaeleo calyptratus) can not be housed together. This species is a solitary animal and it will not allow members of its species to live within its own territory. Even males and females cannot be housed together.
Can you put two female chameleons together?
The truth is, you should never, ever, house two or more chameleons together. It’s understandable that your instinct is to assume your pet would be unhappy all by itself in the terrarium, but chameleons have demonstrated over and over again that they much prefer living alone.
What causes a chameleon to drop its leaves?
Natural mistings of your chameleon should be sufficient to keep it happy but over or under watering can cause leaf drop. Exposing it to lots of bright light both direct and indirect. If it can get light from a near by window it will do well. They drop their leaves in low light conditions.
Are there any plants that are bad for Chameleons?
You can’t just pick any old plant for your chameleon and hope for the best. Most plants in existence will cause harm to your chameleon by either irritating its skin or more serious problems if ingested. None of the ones listed here cause problems.
How to tell if an Oustalet chameleon is male or female?
Only female Oustalet chameleon’s may be green. Both males and females may be grey, brown, black, or white. Check as well for a hemi-penal bulge, indicative of a male. Females are smaller, while males may grow to be as long as 30 inches. What kind of food is best for chameleons?
What should I do if my chameleon is dying?
Try creating an environment that mimics their natural habitat to prevent them from getting stress. Place the chameleon slowly into the bathing area and adjust the showerhead so the water will hit the wall and bounces off as mist. Leave the chameleon in there for about 30 minutes. This provides a quick solution to rehydrate your pet chameleon.
Do you have to keep a veiled chameleon together?
Breeders may temporarily put chameleons together for breeding purposes, but for the average keeper, keep them separate. They won’t get lonely or need a friend – promise! They really do prefer to be alone. 2. Animal Size Veiled chameleons are one of the larger chameleon species that can be found in captivity.
Are there any baby veiled chameleons for sale?
We have a great selection of baby veiled chameleons for sale below. From Standard to Premium Veiled Chameleons pick the chameleon that you will enjoy for the next 7 to 8 years. Make sure to check out our Complete Chameleon Setups for a 30 Day Guarantee on your new pet veiled chameleon.
What foods should I avoid if I have a veiled chameleon?
There are some fruits and veggies that can be toxic to your chameleon. Such as – Avocados, Tomatoes, Spinach, Broccoli, Cauliflower, etc. So, do proper research before adding something new to their diet. Your veiled chameleon needs to have proper vitamin and mineral supplements.
Can a veild or Jackson Chameleon bite you?
The chameleons most people keep as pets, veilds, Jacksons and panther chameleons are larger species with sharper teeth, more powerful jaws and yes they can hurt, break the skin and draw blood. They won’t hurt as a result of any poison though as there are no known poisonous species of chameleon. How to avoid a chameleon bite