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  • Chameleons For Sale

Key Facts

Pet Type: Reptiles and Amphibians
Pet Breed: Chameleon
Advertiser Type: Private Seller
Pet's Age: 2 years 10 months
Published on: 01 April 2020
Location: Eastleigh, Hampshire

Advert Details

Yemi is a really friendly girl, loves to hang out on an orchid or two and really enjoys a munch on the petals!
She will come with her ExoTerra aquarium, water tank, lamp, temp gauge and hyrgrometer(checks moisture level in her tank)
The water tank can be set to spray at certain times of the day and for adjustable lengths of time.
She will only go to a home that I believe can offer her what she needs.

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