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    I think she is trying to tell you to turn the camera/phone horizontal?

    Good luck I hope she is OK

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    Seconding everybody. That second video makes it clear something's going on. Hopefully the vet can get you in right away. Try to let us know what they find out.

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    The only veterinary clinic that has an exotic vet emailed back to say that she is off for another week.

    Not sure what I can do until then

    I've been keeping a close eye on her the last 24 hours. I haven't witnessed her do it once.

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    Cross your fingers until then...maybe it's something that will work itself out. Lack of adequate veterinary care is one major drawback of keeping 'exotic' pets,
    though reptiles are pretty commonly kept now to be considered all that "exotic". Anyway, good luck.
    Rudeness is the weak man's imitation of strength.
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    Update

    Just a quick update incase this is encountered in the future.

    The Female stopped doing this and two days ago laid 7 perfect healthy eggs. She also just took a large weaner rat today. So all good.

    No idea why she was doing what you can see in the video. My guess is something to do with moving the eggs??

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