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    Re: Ambient temp

    Quote Originally Posted by wnateg View Post
    Is it tipped over? Might be he's soaking in it, and then dragging the water out.
    No, it's too heavy for him to tip over I do see him slithering through it occasionally to be fair! Theres just quite a bit of condensation on the lid.

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    Then yea, probably need to drill more holes, especially if condensation is building up. Do you have a hygrometer in there? What's it say?
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    Re: Ambient temp

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    Then yea, probably need to drill more holes, especially if condensation is building up. Do you have a hygrometer in there? What's it say?
    I need to order a new 1 cuz I'm pretty sure the digital 1 that I have is broken

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    Re: Ambient temp

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    I need to order a new 1 cuz I'm pretty sure the digital 1 that I have is broken

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    Re: Ambient temp

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    Oh thanks! I'm in the UK though, so would probably be easier to buy 1 from here I've had a few ppl recommend some

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    Re: Ambient temp

    So hes still not eating, not interested at all.. I'm rlly stuck here, idk what I'm doing wrong? I've tried scenting with tuna, still nothing.. Messaged the breeder, she doesnt know

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    Re: Ambient temp

    Maybe scent with a live toad? You didn't say whether it's an eastern or western, but both eat toads. With easterns it's their preferred food.
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    Re: Ambient temp

    Quote Originally Posted by Spicey View Post
    Maybe scent with a live toad? You didn't say whether it's an eastern or western, but both eat toads. With easterns it's their preferred food.
    They do but I would not recommend it, toads can carry crypto and crypto has no cure and with the recent epidemic of crypto with hognose that is not something I would recommend to anyone.
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    Re: Ambient temp

    Quote Originally Posted by Sophieg View Post
    So hes still not eating, not interested at all.. I'm rlly stuck here, idk what I'm doing wrong? I've tried scenting with tuna, still nothing.. Messaged the breeder, she doesnt know

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    Try the other scent and do so at a week interval, if after that he does not eat, brumate him for 2 to 4 weeks at 15 degrees celsius or 60 Fahrenheit
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    Re: Ambient temp

    Quote Originally Posted by Stewart_Reptiles View Post
    Try the other scent and do so at a week interval, if after that he does not eat, brumate him for 2 to 4 weeks at 15 degrees celsius or 60 Fahrenheit
    Can he go that long without eating considering he hasn't eaten since October?

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