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Guys i really need some advice here. My 8 months old panther chameleons are being housed together and i am just on the verge of seperating them ( yes i know they should be housed individually) anyway i walked into my room today and they where mating and it was too late to stop them.

But i am really confused i thought they where too young to get it on. Does this mean she will lay eggs or is she too young she is only 28 grams. Maybe they where just practicing lol.

Oh and by the way don't have a go at me i know i should have housed them seperately and i am doing this i have been setting the cage up.
 

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Panthers can become mature at 6 months, whether the female survives is a different matter. Eggs will be small and it takes alot out of the female.
 
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