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    Posted: 09 Jun 2003 at 10:03am

Hi Trish ,

Here are my sons leopard geckos  Freckles and spotty

 

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The pictures are lovely!!  Lizzie looks more like the bottom picture, she is stripey too.  I'll wait until she's settled in a bit first before I take any pictures, I don't want to scare her!  We said today actually that in a while we might just have to get something else, monitors are lovely, we also both like chameleons.  We'll get used to Lizzie first and then do a bit of research!
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Thanks Trish , Glad you liked!

The bottom one is a juvenile , they turn spotty as they reach maturity.

I'm glad to hear that you're hooked and if you do decide to get a chameleon always go for CB . A veiled is the best starter chameleon as they're fairly hardy and do not need a humid atmosphere like most Cham's.

I'll post a pic of my wife's chameleon soon , he's just reached maturity and his colours are stunning! Oh yeah, that's one more thing ... go for a male chameleon as they're more colourful and live longer.

Take care,

Al

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