Major concern is the basking spot is at the top of the screen enclosure, Rambo however stays in the lower area in the denser live plants. Probably because he isn't comfortable with me being able to see him. So far I've been leading him on to a dowel rod and placing it on the top branches when he climbs onto it. He almost imediately retreats back into tthe cover of the bushes. I guess I would like suggestions to encourage him to stay in the in the upper region of the enclosure where the uvb rays will actually reach him. Thought about using a longer dowel so he doesn't see me.... Think that might work? Secondary concern, since the foilage is so dense I can't tell if he is actually eating his crickets, worms andd dubias or if they're all hiding. I know that the crickets are finding a way to escape somehow. I keep waking up to them crawling on me, Girlfriend hasn't noticed yet but when she does, she'll freak. She doesn't understand why he needs to be upstairs. I read a few places that they aren't comfortable and will behave more agressively if other reptiles are visible to them? Any suggestions would be greatly aprreciated as this is my first Chameleon.