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Chameleon Care Guide

Chameleons are amazing creatures, but they aren't the best pets for everyone. Since their care requirements are quite specific and they are easily stressed, chameleons are not for the beginner herpetologist.
But true chameleons (also referred to as old world chameleons) known for their ability to change color, make fascinating pets for those up to the challenge.

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The humidity level in your chameleon's habitat should be between 65% and 80%. Track the moisture level with a hygrometer (a humidity gauge).
The habitat should also include an automatic fogger, mister or drip system.

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Spot clean the floor material frequently and completely change it at least once a month.
Include rocks and real or artificial branches purchased from a store to elevate your pet—no closer than 8 inches—to the terrarium’s heat source.
Branches should be sturdy and just slightly larger in diameter than the chameleon’s grip.

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Chameleon Care Guide

How do I set up a chameleon habitat?
Chameleons should be housed individually.

Choose a well-ventilated terrarium or screened enclosure that’s at least 16 x 16 x 30 inches.
Line the bottom of the habitat with reptile carpet, 2 to 3 inches of coconut fiber or reptile bark.

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Heat & light
Help your chameleon regulate its body temperature by keeping the bottom of the habitat cool and the top warm.
During the day, the cool area should be between 70 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit (21 to 27 Celsius), while the warm area should be between 80 and 85 F (27 to 29 C) for Jackson’s Chameleons, or 90 and 100 F (32 to 38 C) for Veiled Chameleons.
Track the temperature of both areas of the habitat with separate thermometers.