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The cage

Soil and substrate

Actually, finding the right substrate is quite simple: Just imitate the natural habitat of the chameleon species you want to keep. For most species in captivity, a “living substrate” has been proving to work...
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Cage equipment

Before the new inhabitant can enter its cage, you need equipment to create a natural environment inside. Besides back panels, living plants and living substrate, a chameleon cage needs mainly branches. If you ask...

Dripper

In the picture: 1 protective caps, 2 ventilation hole, 3 drip chamber, 4 roller clamp Drippers are perfect to ensure your chameleon’s water supply inside a cage. In a well equipped cage with soil...

Back panels inside the cage

Back panels offer additional climbing opportunities inside a cage, and you can use several materials: Cork: There are two types of cork, the more expensive ornamental cork which looks more natural, and cheap agglomerated...

Quarantine

A quarantine should be done with every animal you bought from another owner or for every chameleon which parasitic state is unclear (which is in fact every new bought chameleon). For an effective quarantine,...
Zitronensäure

How to clean lime deposits on glass

Chameleon owners with extremely hard tap water at home will know the problem: After some weeks of running your sprinkler system, all glass panes are whitish sprenkled with ugly lime deposits. But there are...

Cleaning and disinfection

Everyone in terraristics has experienced it before: You laboriously set up a beautiful terrarium, but don’t take it so exactly with quarantine and place the newly acquired chameleon in the great cage. After the...