Necropsy

What does Necropsy Mean?

A necropsy is a dissection of the dead body of an animal to determine the cause of death. In essence, it is an autopsy performed on an animal, such as a chameleon. Necropsies can help us learn more about the biology of an animal, how it is affected by disease or how human interactions may impact animals.

 

GRAPHIC MEDICAL PHOTOS IN EACH CASE, SO PROCEED WITH CAUTION

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* In time, I will have “Links” for each Necropsy, so you can go in depth for each case study.

 

These are some of the chameleons that I have been able to learn from, through Necropsies and Histopathology Reports….. 

 

1. Male Melleri Chameleon – ” Cammy” 1-20-2012

2. _look up gender_ Baby Oustalets Chameleon – “no name” – look up date

3. Male Panther Chameleon – “Dennis” 10-26-2012

4. Female Melleri Chameleon – “Gregory” 11-6-2012

5. Female Melleri Chameleon –  “Pickle” 2-5-2013

6. Female Jackson Chameleon – “no name” – 5-7-2013

7. Female Panther Chameleon – “Mango” 7-16-2013

8. Female Melleri Chameleon – “Diva” 8-19-2013

9. Male Panther Chameleon – “Turq” 12-9-2013

10. Female Veiled Chameleon – “Penelope” 4-28-2014

11. Female Melleri Chameleon – “#3” 4-21-2014

12. Male Melleri Chameleon – “5” …. 4-29-2014

13. Male Melleri Chameleon – “#7” 5-8-2014

14.  Female Melleri Chameleon – “Gumby” – 5-12-2014

15. __look up gender__ Melleri Chameleon – “#2” 5-27-2014

16,17,18,19. Baby Melleri Chameleons 7.14.14 CLICK LINK FOR DETAILS

20. Female Veiled Chameleon – Picassa – 8-15-2014

21. Male Melleri Chameleon – Pip – 9-11-2014

22. Male Melleri Chameleon – Murphy 9-16-2014 LINK HERE

23. Female Melleri Chameleon – “#4-Raspberry “- 10-2-14

 

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