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RE: a question for the experianced keepers

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Posted by: morquinn at Tue Sep 26 11:12:46 2006  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by morquinn ]  
   

warm side should be 80-85 degrees with a basking area of 90-95F cool side from 75-78 degrees, with a night temp of 70-80 degrees, preferably not going under 70F... I keep mine at 75 at night.
Humidity should be over 60%, if it is under 60%, it should drop no less than 50%, anywhere inbetween 50-60% they should have a large water space to soak in... ideal humidity is 70% this can be achieved by misting two or three times a day, using live plants, having moving water, using a humidifier, having a soil type substrate. Any of those should work quite well. Using warmer water for the pool is also a good thing too.


   

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