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Posted by charm_paradise on May 03, 2003 at 20:12:53:
In Reply to: humidity question posted by compasscreek on May 03, 2003 at 19:10:11:
Hi- The more live plants you put in the cage the more humidity they hold in, ficus trees are good for this. You can also put damp terry cloth towles over the sides of the cage to hold in the humidity when needed. Where are you taking the readings from in the cage, and are you using an anolog gauge or a digital one? You will get a more accurate reading with a digital one! Also by misting the cage it will help with humidity. Hoep this helps!
:ok my cage is complete less the chameleon(still a few weeks away). the cage temp is about 80 degrees and the basking spot is 92 degrees, but i can't get the humidity above 60%. is this going to be a problem?