in flexarium,but dont like it,he's about 30-32 degrees..he's offered crickets,lochusts and mealworms..he looks fine,really active.BELIAL said:is he in a flexarium them?
what temp is he at?
what have you been feeding him?
does he look de-hydrated (sunken eyes/wrinkly skin)?
sometimes chams can stop eating as they get bored with the same food all the time. then they go on hunger strike till you give them something that sparks their interest.
if you are offering a range of food it could either be down to the husbandry or a potential prelude to illness..
answer the above questions an will let you know..