My newest reptile family member

ZEROPILOT

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This is my new Chameleon.
An Ambilobe Panther chameleon.
Said to be (sold to me) as a male.
But still about 3" long with the tail coiled up, so not many outward signs.
Veiled and Jacksins chameleons are easy to sex when very small.
Panthers are not.
He also does NOT like having his photo taken.
I've created him a double wide home. Because he will be on the large side eventually.
Although I'm not done with the branches, vines, etc. I'll have it ready WAY BEFORE he'll need the extra space

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I'm not a fan of lizards, however, chameleons fascinate me!
 

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@ZEROPILOT Show us what he might like like when fully grown and colored up. That will knock some socks off, I predict.
 

ZEROPILOT

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So he'll be roughly the same size as my skink, maybe a bit bigger. Nice!

Will he be more amenable to handling than his cousins? Or don't any of the chameleons tolerate that?
Panthers are slightly more tolerant than Veileds at being handled. But I'm pretty hands off with my reptiles.
 
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