It used to be so simple. We heard that chameleons needed a 48” tall screen cage and that was that. But then it comes out that all these experienced keepers are using glass or hybrid cages of different sizes. Well, today we will talk about chameleon cages, what makes a minimum size, and when to use screen, glass, or hybrid cages.
Good morning, chameleon wranglers! Today we are going to talk chameleon caging and dive into the “why” behind proper size and material. You are in good hands here because your host here lives and breathes chameleon cages. As the founder and driving force behind the Dragon Strand Chameleon Caging company I am in the unique position to take all the cutting edge husbandry concepts you hear on this podcast and integrate them into actual tools we can all use. So, in this episode, I am going to go over the basics you need to understand to make an effective caging decision for your chameleon species and home environment. And along the way, you’ll get some insight as to what happens behind the scenes at a caging company dedicated to getting it right for chameleons!
Dragon Strand Atrium Wide Cage Series
To check out the Atrium series wide chameleon cages from Dragon Strand click here. https://dragonstrand.com/atrium-cage-series/
The cage in the picture is a special variation of the Large Atrium Cage, the largest of the family.