Choosing Your Chameleon. When looking for a pet chameleon, search for one that has been captive bred. Wild-caught species are typically anxious, have a high parasite load, and have a hard time acclimating to captivity. Chameleons aren’t the easiest or most difficult reptiles to care for, and starting with a stressed animal can only make. Do not keep more than one male per cage as they will fight. Veiled Chameleons may reach sexual maturity in under six months. Females will lay 20-70 eggs (average 40) every three to four months until her fat and calcium reserves are depleted. This prolific egg production is very hard on the female, and many will perish after just a clutch or two.
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