my chamelon has laid eggs?

i mean dinosaurs turned into chikens and dinos where lizard and a chamelon is a lizard so its basicly the same as chiken eggs except that the shell is a bit softer

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  1. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    How could you do that to your chamelesis? Godless

  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Do it, you can never have too much protein

  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    No. Unlike chickens, which can be controlled so as to reliably eliminate salmonella in the eggs, chameleons often carry salmonella. It can live on their skin, which is why washing your hands after handling it is so strongly advised. I would truly hesitate before eating anything that came out of any reptile.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      why are you a salmonella on reptiles experts

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        I am not, but I am pretty smart and I’ve kept chameleons before. My point already being made… It’s not like people weren’t eating snake eggs, or even snakes themselves, for a long ass time. Maybe OP could get away with eating them (although idk how chameleon eggs differ.) I think chameleon eggs would be too small to take the risk on, though. They aren’t fricking gushers. It would be easier to cook and eat the chameleon, like beaners do with iguana. This is a stupid idea all around.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          >I-I kept a cham before I had it for its whole life until it died 4 months later so I know what I’m talking about they naturally carry salmonella it’s genetic im pretty smart you know
          My sides. You’re right it’s a dumb idea but you spread BS about why. Unless OP isn’t maintaining his pets enclosure he would be fine eating them, although it wouldn’t be any benefit he may get a 300 calorie snack out of it at best. It’s just a moronic idea because it is.

          do chameleons lay eggs by themselves? why not wait for the eggs to break and you can make a cameleon herd and enjoy endless eggs and chameleon meat

          Probably infertile they lay clutches without clapping cheeks sometimes. Sometimes they can bump uglies once and then lay their eggs, retain some sperm and do it again later without breeding again. The cool species don’t even lay eggs tho

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            > The cool species don’t even lay eggs tho
            what do they do?

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              Live birth. I had Jackson’s when I was a kid and the female gave birth, I thought they were little crickets but they were tiny little dudes.

              They were badly deformed though. It was overall a very tragic experience. As many of them died by starvation cause they didn’t have shooty tongues and were too hard to adequately hand feed. I don’t miss fruit fly or cricket grow ops though.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                how did you end up growing insects/reptiles, and are they still as icky as ever?
                do you just chill if there is a wienerroach or spider in your room?

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                The bugs were an unforeseen necessity when we got the pair of lizards. Otherwise I’d just buy them from the pet shop, but the volume we needed for an army of lizards was way more than two adults.

                Everybody died, the end. The adults lived a long time, though. I guess a breeding pair got loose in Hawaii and they’re an invasive species there which is where most pet shop ones come from so they’re super inbred

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                nice, cool info you shared

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                I don’t particularly like bugs or spiders but I have no problem getting rid of them if they’re encroaching on my space. My ex was a huge baby about spiders and I always had to get rid of them for her.

                I love critters though. Lizards are so CUTE.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                I let the daddy long legs spiders live in my house, but I hate all other spiders. Idk why these ones don’t bother me. One lives in the corner across from my toilet and every morning I just shit and watch her. Her web attaches to the corner of the carpet and she runs over and tries to attack my big toe it’s so funny. She had what I thought were dead flies but a few days ago turned out to be her babies.
                The biggest reason I like these guys, they stay out of my way they find their spot make their web and stay put, can’t bite me if they tried, and they will actively target other spiders. I’ve found dead wolf spiders in my bathroom, and usually they’re in the long legs webs. I actually got to witness this a week ago, one of them caught a wolf spider and was killing it. The corpse is still there. Idk if they even eat them or if they just merk them. I hate spiders but I love these guys. Tehy mind their business. They’re not like other spiders that always just seem “ready” they actually seem like they’re chilling.

                And also I wish we had invasive Jackson’s chameleons where I am all we got are those giant muellers chameleons and I think there’s a few populations of panther chameleons. The Jackson’s are sick because of the horns I’d love to be able to just watch them from my own back yard.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Panthers are the prettiest chameleons. Jelly.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          do you think your chameleons were capable of feeling love towards you?

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >not getting one of the cool species which gives live birth like a jacksons
      >possibly has around 200 eggs worth minimum $20/ea and plans to throw an easy $4000 (minimum) away for a meme (kinda based) even tho it’s probably just an infertile clutch
      I think you’re lying

      You have no idea what you are talking about.

      why are you a salmonella on reptiles experts

      He’s a moron. This is Facebook mom tier nonsense.
      >NO JESSICA DONT TOUCH THE SNAKE ITLL GIVE YOU SALMONELLAIDS!
      Unironically, more of a risk of getting salmonella from raw chicken bought from the grocery store than any reptile, not to mention one bred and born and raised in captivity….

      T. Reptile breeder and herper of 20 years…

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Dinos weren't reptiles

        I have 2 torts (one male, one female) my tort has laid 2 clutches, 7 eggs total. I diyd an incubator using an old portable fridge and some simple electronics hooked up to an old light bulb to maintain constant temperature. Both clutches don't show any signs of development after 45ish days. What should I do?

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Idk much about torts but usually reptile eggs, if fertile, will have a small red ring on one side. That’s the embryo. It needs to be placed a certain way, I think embryo side down (I haven’t raised eggs in a while as big a detail as that is for me to forget lmao). If you rotate too much you can make it rip off the shell and die. Again idk if true, but look it up. What I do with my eggs is with a very dull pencil I gently make a plus some on the side that should always stay pointed up.
          I put my eggs in vermiculite (YouTube how to do this, you don’t want it soaked but not dry either videos will show how wet to make it. Basically wet enough that it’s wet but not so wet that if you squeeze a fistful water comes out).

          I think most tort eggs take about 90 days. I wouldn’t touch them, however you should occasionally make sure they get some air circulation. Like open the incubator for a few minutes once a day or every other day should suffice. Look up your exact tortoise species and all the info about them like how long eggs take (what type btw?)
          If it takes 100 days for example, I would give it up to another 45 days after the 100 day point to be safe if they still haven’t hatched. I know higher temps make rep eggs develop faster, but all species eggs have their own temp range for eggs.

          Remember what I said about the egg orientation and pencil trick. I would mark them with a plus sign as they are now, and not change anything. I hope you have them in some kind of substrate and not just in a box rolling around freely. Look into egg candleing. You hold a flashlight to the bottom of the egg to check development and find where the embryo is so you know how to orient the egg. If you didnt put them in any substrate just leave these be and see.

          More like low iq insecure white boys don't cook eggs because they think it will raise their low testosterone levels kek

          >fecal handed dothead is speaking about food & sanitary practices
          Lol, lmao even
          post body w timestamp

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >NOOOO BRO THIS SLAMONELLA FROM LIKE EGG N SHIT IS A BIOWEAPON SUPERBUG IGNORE THAT IT LITERALLY JUST LIVES IN YOUR INTESTINAL TRACT AS IS

  4. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Reptiles are cold blooded so they have a shitload of parasites in them and probably their eggs.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      you have trillions of bacteria in your body, so maybe you should drink bleach?

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >NOOOO BRO THIS SLAMONELLA FROM LIKE EGG N SHIT IS A BIOWEAPON SUPERBUG IGNORE THAT IT LITERALLY JUST LIVES IN YOUR INTESTINAL TRACT AS IS

        Stfu you dumb moron.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >parasites
      extra gains?

  5. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Cover your dick with ants and make your chameleon lick them.

  6. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Final opinion: Any poster that begins their OP with “I mean,” needs to be shot in the head. You know what OP, listen to these other pretend herpetologists and eat the fricking eggs.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Meh, I mean OP's got a point don't you think anon?

  7. 1 month ago
    Nonymous

    ya know what? Sure, go for it.

  8. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    do chameleons lay eggs by themselves? why not wait for the eggs to break and you can make a cameleon herd and enjoy endless eggs and chameleon meat

  9. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    that is not how that works
    avian dinosaurs were already far removed from non avian dinosaurs

  10. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Holy shit you giga morons. Even if the eggs are absurdly infected with salmonella op would be fine eating them as long as he cooks them. That's all it takes, simple cooking. Do low IQ minorities really only eat eggs raw? Why are you so worried about le salmonella ?

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      More like low iq insecure white boys don't cook eggs because they think it will raise their low testosterone levels kek

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