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Posted by designguy67 on April 10, 2003 at 08:14:35:
In Reply to: READ posted by shad925 on April 10, 2003 at 01:58:13:
:First off search HIBERNATION, or BRUMATION on the search for this forum.
:He just came out of hibernation, he knows what hes doing. I dont think Tegus need encouragment to come out. They thermoregulate, only they know whats going on with their body. YOu should have the basking temp from 100-120. The cold side at 75. He will come out when ready (make sure that his place is moist, where he sleeps)...
First of all, I do READ. Thank you for the suggestion though. Second of all I didn't post this question to get a condescending answer like the one you've given me. If everyone had all the answers, this forum wouldn't exist would it? And by the way, when I spoke to Bert at Agama International he told me that 100-110 degrees for a basking spot is "way too hot."