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    Hatchling first shed question

    My first ever clutch hatched out a few days ago (extremely happy with the results)
    i was just wondering, im keeping them on wet paper towels... is there such thing as to much humidity during there first shed because right now they are sitting at 90%, is that acceptable?

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    Re: Hatchling first shed question

    It's fine. Also the paper towels should just be damp not wet.

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    Re: Hatchling first shed question

    I keep mine in the incubator on the vermiculite, which stays around 90% - 100% humidity, until they shed and then I separate them into their own bins

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