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Posted by Christyj on May 10, 2003 at 22:43:44:
In Reply to: more info posted by iluvblackfrancis on May 10, 2003 at 21:54:44:
that info wasn't posted the first time around, but you are absolutely right, it is probably too hot.
::im fine on taking care of it. it is in a ten gallon tank with a 60 watt uvb heat bulb with basking stick. he just lays in the sand. i try to feed him the smallest crickets i can see. i take them out at night. he doesnt eat greens. i will try the syringe thing. thanks for the concern.
:why is no one saying the obvious! the poor thing is being over heated. in a 10 gallon tank, he has no where to escape the heat from the lamp. he needs atleast a 20 gallon. and when he gets bigger, he's gonna need atleast a 4ft long cage.