Panther Chameleons

A rack of 24 Dragon Strand Nurseries.
Our DIY attempt at individually housing baby chameleons.

All of our chameleons are individually raised to be stress free and healthy. Meaning no fighting amongst cage mates for food or position.

A newly hatch baby from our Sonny/Val pairing. There is still some vermiculite incubation media stuck to the head and body from being in the incubation container.
A young male out for a checkup.
A female that we held back out of our Motley/Cher pairing.
Females can show colors too.
“The Captian” from our Motley/Future Girl pairing.

We received this picture of Pascal as a customer update. He is out of our Motley/Cher pairing.
An unreceptive female. She is posing, gaping, and swaying back and forth to show her discontent with being in proximity to a male.
A gravid female. If you look closely you can see that her abdomen is lumpy with eggs.
A female digging a tunnel in which to lay her eggs. I prefer to use moistened play sand. Ive noticed they prefer to lay at temperatures in the mid 70s. If the temps are too low or too high, she may reject the lay site and not even dig.
A cluster of eggs found near the bottom and side of the lay bin. Id expect the eggs to be found near the roots of a plant if laid in a bioactive enclosure.