Chameleons In The Captivity
Force Feeding Or Hydrating Chameleons
Sometimes you need to force feed or force hydrate a chameleon. This is how to do...
Hemipeneal Plugs In Parson’s Chameleon
How to find, identify, remove and prevent them?
Tongue Injuries In Chameleons
Tongue injury in chameleons will be much less frequent if people would not handfeed them.
Eye Cleaning Myth In Chameleons Eradicated
Chameleon depend on their eyes. The Eye is their absolutely dominant sensory organ, taking part in securing the life of them as individuals and evolutionary lineage.
In case some debris gets into the conjunctive sac through the tiny opening in the eyelids above the pupil, they developed a special strategy called "eye cleaning" that looks really odd, and when seen the very first time, people might panic and think there is something wrong with the eye: the eyeball can be seeming to have fallen out of the orbit, it is turned very strange way... in few seconds, the eye gets back to normal shape. Chameleons have been observed to do this quite frequently in captivity. The general tendency and pattern is, chameleons that are exposed to hydration methods using pressurized water seem to do it very frequently. The eye cleaning process can however be conducted also when no external water is present, so the presence of water is not crucial for executing it.
How To Identify Dehydration In Chameleons?
Hemipeneal Plug Safe And Non-invasive Removal
Chameleon Bridge Across The Oceans
Discussion about chameleons and people.
Chameleon Tongue Punching
Chameleon tongue shooting
A chameleon hatches from the egg
Chameleon Eggs Hatching Process
How to inspect a chameleon
Baby Chameleon Cage
Chameleon hatch assistance
Chameleon Strategy: Run-run-run!
Sexing Meller's Chameleon
Fat Storage And Obesity In Chameleons
An Autopsy Of Heavily Obese Captive Chameleon