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Baby high casqued!!!!

Discussion in 'Chameleons' started by Ian, Apr 7, 2005.

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  1. Ian

    Ian Site Donator

    Finally, after months of waiting, my female high casqued cham gave birth!!! 23 little live young, they are soooo cute! Here are a few pics of them:





    cheers guys,
  2. steel rip

    steel rip Elite Member

    They are gorgeous Ian, what little beauties :D
  3. BlackJack

    BlackJack Subscribed User Premium Member

    So cool. I didn't know chams gave birth to live young... never thought to research it!
    23!? Wow! I bet the mother is exhausted!!
    The babies are beautiful. I love the last pic where it's hand it just starting to grasp. They look so alien!
    Congratulations Ian!
  4. venus

    venus Founding Member

    IAN, they are adorable. I cant believe how tiny they are. Thanks for sharing.
  5. Ian

    Ian Site Donator

    yeah, cheers guys, they really are just sooooo cute!!! Black jack, there are a fair few spp that are live bearers,a dn most of them are montane species, which I am concentrating most on.
  6. smallgrayfox

    smallgrayfox Contributing Member

    Oh my gosh! They're so cute! :)
  7. CodyW

    CodyW Elite Member

    Sweet pics Ian!!! 23 Live births :eek: Can you post a picture of the mum(since you're in the UK its mum right :) ?)? You're gonna have to send me some of those pear tree branches!
  8. Mr. T

    Mr. T Established Member

    thats awsome man! awsome job
  9. Jem_Scout

    Jem_Scout Elite Member

    AWWW those are such tiny sweet babies!!! :D
  10. DarkMagician207

    DarkMagician207 Elite Member

    they're so adorable! congrats! :D
  11. Ian

    Ian Site Donator

    cheers guys, they are doing really well, although apparently the deaths start to happen after about 6-8 weeks, so, only time can tell....
  12. Merlin

    Merlin Administrator Staff Member Premium Member

    So the babies are pretty hard to raise? What is it that causes the problems?
  13. Ian

    Ian Site Donator

    I dunno, I think mainly it is humidity and temperatue fluctuations, and also, some are born weak or unhealthy, so they will die, and you get these probs from most live bearers. Once they are getting a bit older though, they are as easy to raise as their parents, so hopefully after then, it should be an easy ride!
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