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RE: Too humid?

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Posted by: otis07 at Thu Jan 18 18:43:47 2007  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by otis07 ]  
   

i don't really think a WD tank can be too humid. i have had problems with moss in the past (sheet moss) and when I first put it in the cage it molded for about two weeks really strong and then it all died. this has happened a lot in my tanks. i think it comes in originally on the moss and then dies off becasue the surroundings arn't what they need to live. i'm not sure though. if your dragon starts acting weird though decrease humidity. as long as they have at least one dry spot they should be fine. because if it's wet (not so much humid) there's more of a chance it will get bacterial stuff, b/c it lives in water and if the dragon's constantly wet...good luck! do you have any pics? i have a 14" WD and want ideas for tanks. thanks.






   

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