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    Re: Large amount of time in humidity chamber

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    Hello! I have a 7 month old ball python, who Iíve had for about a month now. He eat for the first time a week ago which is great news! But seems to be spending ALOT of time burrowed underneath the moss in his humidity chamber. At first I thought okay well heís shedding but after taking him out and examining Iím not seeing any signs of shedding. The gradient temperatures range from around 95 (hot)- 75 (cool) with the over all humidity around 60. I have a hide on both sides of the tank and the chamber in the center. Is this normal behavior itís starting to worry me?
    Outside of fixing your temps, the other question would be if you're regulating via thermostat, how you're measuring temp, and what the ambient temperature is?
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    Re: Large amount of time in humidity chamber

    Okay i have fixed the tempetures and they are roughly 85-90 on the warm side, 80-85 on the cool, with a hunidity still at 60%. He still seems to be hiding under the moss, which is not really normal for him, he just started doing this about a week ago. Like i said before he could just be in shed, but was still going to ask anyways.

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    Re: Large amount of time in humidity chamber

    Just kidding everyone i just pulled the moss out to get a good look at him and his eyes are really milky so hes going into shed. Thanks to all for the help!

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