You should learn aboout the habits of your animals before you acquire them.
You are housing that animal as if it were a bp. It is NOT. It is, however, quite beautiful.
"That cute little lizard in the pet shop will, in a few short years, become an enormous, ferocious carnivore; capable of breaking the family cat's neck in a single snap and swallowing it whole." - Daniel Bennett
Purty retic. If I may add my ... I kept one of my SD retics in a tub like that for a few months. The only problem I ever saw was she desperately wanted out every time I opened it. She is much more relaxed in a big display cage. I have been told that babies may feel safer in a tub though. I'm sure you will accommodate him as he grows. Really you should try feeding him some jello and snake sausages too. I hear they love em!
I plan on keeping him in a tub until he gets a little bigger. He is prettly laid back in there right now. I do have plans for a 6ft AP cage in the near future. Probably gonna plan on picking it up at Tinley in OCT. I know thye dont get stressed out in bigger enclosures like BP's do but he is doin good in the rack so far and dont see the need for a big cage right now.
For the record I tried to feed him some jello with cool whip and he didnt take it. Maybe lactose intolerant? Mumps any ideas why he isnt eating?