Teddy's been outside all day long every chance he can, which means all spring and summer and most of the fall. The dark areas, which indicate lack of adequate sunlight are not good and usually also accompanied by raising, pyramiding. An hour can't compare to 8-10 hours outside, of course not all in direct light but the air temp/humidity and reflecting light is also a factor for good health. UV lighting needs 8 hours of exposure to equal just 15 minutes in real sunshine, so you can see how minimal that is and why most all hatchlings pictured here already have a lot of dark areas and pyramiding. Put yours outside. good luck!