Thanks I might just go with a leopard gecko. They seems pretty cool to take care off. BTW I will be sending you a PM soon with the things I think I'm going to need. If I'm missing anything just lmk I would really appreciate it buddy thanks.There has been some decent advice here and some not so great advice. If you want to know anything about chameleons or most lizards shoot me a pm. If you want a chameleon there are a few things to consider. They are not as difficult to keep as you may think depending on the species. I would recommend a veiled chameleon for a beginner. They cannot be kept together and you can not have just a female. For veileds the males are prettier anyways with the nice tall cascs. The cage should be screen (I have several new in box if interested). They need both full spectrum lighting as well as a heat light during the day. They don't drink standing water but need a drip system. If you are interested and want more information I can tell you whatever you need to know. I will also be going to a reptile show in three weeks if you need anything.
I used to breed Panthers and Parsons Chameleons PM me your number will talk too much information to type....Okay I know MR probably doesn't have this kind of questions asked on here. But I wanted to give it a try to see if they are any here.
I'm thinking of set a baby chameleon set up on a 29G. My questions are the following.
What kind of lights would I need how many watts too?
Which are beginner chameleon for noobies?
Which are better set ups a cage ones or tank ones?
Are chameleons aggressive towards humans?
How long can a chameleon be handled for?
What are the requirements for this set up?
Are chameleons easy to take care of specialty for a noobie that doesn't know anything about reptile care?
PS: I will asking for questions as soon as I have some replies.