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Arg - darn school ac

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Posted by shannons on May 08, 2003 at 16:50:14:

After much pondering and experimentation wiht his cage temps and food, I think when they turned the AC on (full blast - a lot of the liz's were a little too chilly at first before everything evened out) I think my Range has gone into his first brumation. Not pooping nearly as often, staying under his log most of the day, not interested in his food or his greens. When I have been pulling him out and giving him warm baths or letting him play and sit on me he's been turning his usual orange, but the off-switch goes on the minute I leave him be. Sound like brumation to you? Should I just let him be?

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