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RE: yearling hibernate question...

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Posted by: Paradon at Mon Nov 28 01:30:56 2011  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Paradon ]  
   

I'm sorry! I misread your question. The temperature has to be at least 45-50 degree I think and can't go lower than 40 I believe. If it's any warmer than 50 degree, then you are essentially starving your turtle.

It could just be that the temperatuer may be too cold inside the house. I'd double check those temp with at least two thermometers so I can get an accurate reading... I like to use the digital ones.


   

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