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    Re: why is he choosing his cold side hide over hot side?

    I had the same concern about mine, being that i've only had him for about a month and he spends only one of 7 days a week on the hot side.
    I just let him be and let him run his course. He's one hell of an eater, so I wasn't overly concerned.

    On the other hand... He's becoming a bit more skiddish... and THAT is what has the wheels in my head turning.
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    Re: why is he choosing his cold side hide over hot side?

    Quote Originally Posted by Kymberli View Post
    My male normal remains on the cool side most of the time, yet he's healthy, happy, eating regularly and gaining weight. I've tried many times to put him in his warm hide but he always ends up back on the cooler side. I've even lowered the warm side to 88 and switched the (identical) hides.. still stays on the cool side, lol. If your temperatures are good then I don't see any reason to worry. If he needed to warm up, I'm sure he'd go to the warm side.

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    Necro-thread Alert... Future Generation, I think the OP might have it figured out by now...this thread is from 2011.
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