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    I keep Chameleons, and wanted to share a few photos of my group. They are a lot of work, but are very rewarding.


    Chameleon set-ups (Indoors)




    Chameleon set-ups (Outdoors)



    "Fonzie" Blue-Bar Ambilobe Panther Chameleon







    "Sadie" Female Ambilobe Panther Chameleon







    "El Dorado" Male Veiled Chameleon





    "Osang" Female Veiled Chameleon







    Thanks for looking,

    -Jay

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    Oh yeah.... here is "Rick James", my Mantis... He's about 1/2" long here, and eatting a tasty cricket!


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    Nice photos, gorgeous setup, beautiful animals! I was looking into chameleons a little bit ago, but I chose to work with uroplatus geckos first before working with chams. They look like quite a bit of work... Kudos for a good job, they all look very healthy!
    I gave my geckos up... but I want to come back :c

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    AWESOME photography, and beautiful chams!

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    Very neat! How do you keep Mantis's alive? They would be a cool pet. I find them in my garden but don't know what care they need.

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    Awesome set-ups! You've got some incredible animals as well!
    Chameleons are more work than anyone who has never kept them can imagine.

    Good luck,
    -Armen

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    Wow, those are some stunning chams and absolutely beautiful photos. I love that pic of fonzi head on, he is so pretty
    2.2.2crested geckos 1 ambilobe Cham
    1.1 PI chahoua 1.2 leachie 1 leopard gecko 1.0 Bearded Dragon 1.0 Hamster 0.2 Tortoises 1 possum
    1.2 KSBoa

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    Stunning photos! You have some beautiful Chams!
    Crestopia Reptiles
    http://crestopiareptiles.webs.com/

    8.20.34.43 Crested Geckos, 2.2.0.4 Gargoyle Geckos, 0.2.0 Leachies, 2.0.1 Pictus Geckos, 0.1 AKSB, 0.0.1 RETF, 1.2.0 Dogs

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    Of course Jay. I'm surprised no one has commented about hot neat and uniform everything is, yet.

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    BEAUTIFUL photos. I love your setups....I love the black lab....I love all the chams!

    Sadie has a very kind face - looks like a sweet girl.

    I'd like a cham one of these days.....

    Ahh, and cool mantis. I'd like to see more photos of him. The cricket looks delicious.

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