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RE: agreed....n/p

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Posted by: captainjack0000 at Wed Jan 30 19:06:06 2013  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by captainjack0000 ]  
   

I will get a rheostat back back on him this weekend (or right now, wife says we have errands to run).
I had temped with an IR temp gun the warm area to be no more than 88F. I have the UTH still there, I just need to hook a rheostat back up.

Is it a problem not to brumate him? I didn't think it was essential, and I would be curious to know why he is just now, in late January, looking for somewhere. As in why was the onset of his behavior not earlier in the winter.

The food one makes sense. He has been getting smaller prey items. They're big enough I didn't want to want to double down, but small enough they probably don't offer much to him anymore. They're about 13g each, he was 160g at his last weigh in.


   

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