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Sleeping with head on side

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Posted by: MaryJ at Thu Aug 29 04:40:22 2013  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by MaryJ ]  
   

Hello, Does anyone have a Burm that sleeps with its head on the side? Mine does. It also rubs its face a lot and gets a swollen face sometimes. Also it gets a very red chest. It seems in the past few months it just doesn't want to lie still in its enclosure. Someone I know suggested maybe its just trying to get to a nearby female who I house in the next room. DO you think this is the case? I'm worried that all these behaviours could be signs of some underlying problem. I've never encountered this kind of behaviour in any Python.


   

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