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Hibernating Pyxie?

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Posted by: ChadRamsey at Thu Aug 21 20:41:15 2008  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by ChadRamsey ]  
   

ive had her for about a year. shes the size of a softball. Shes on bed-a-beast type substrate. i keep it semi moist. Temps are in the mid to high 80's on the warm spot.

well about 2 weeks ago, she cleared herself a bare spot in her enclosure in the corner. shes hunkered down and looks kind if, well, .....dried up, the bedding is still kind of moist, i mist it daily. She is responsive to my touch. But it appears that her eyes are kind of glazed over. She hasnt eaten in the 2 weeks she has been in this state, and this is the thing that bothers me the most.

What do you all think?
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Thanks
Chad Ramsey


   

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