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RE: not eating and need help

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Posted by: TBL at Fri Jan 14 17:17:29 2011  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by TBL ]  
   

The warm end should be about 80 F., and the cool end should be in the seventys.

Try putting him on a newspaper, papertowel substrate. Make sure there is plenty of water in his tank that he can reach, probably betwen the cool end and the hot end, so it won't evapirate so fast.

You need to have a moist hide for him to go into, and it will help him when he sheds. Put the moist hide just inside the warm area.

Don't put to many crickets in at one time, because he could feel overwhelmed. Two start, throw about three in at a time and see if he will eat those, and if he does, then put in three more, until he his done eating, and then take out the extras.

Don't feed adult crickets at his age.


   

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