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    Housing jackson chameleons

    Can you house a male and female jackson chameleon together without any complications???

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    Not ideally. Chameleons are very solitary lizards. They dislike the presence of others. The female may grow especially stressed if the male tries to mate and she doesn't want to. If you wanted to breed them, you;d be better off with two seperate enclosures and introducing the lizards when you wanted mating. Housing two together is possible, but best done only when you have a very large enclosure.
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    Hey Ben, Jayr here, the one you emailed about this question...

    I told you, you would get an answer here, once again, sorry that we couldnt answer the questiong for you, but you can count on Matt (furryscaly) for just about everything...

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