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  1. ChunkieMonkie

    What to feed a sulcata?

    Is it too big? Also the dirt was a little higher around the lip but I kinda freaked when I saw it upside down in there and there’s a lot less coco substrate in there now.
  2. ChunkieMonkie

    What to feed a sulcata?

    Okay so I just had a big issue. I got home from work and the new water bowl that you told me to buy, My tortoise was flipped inside of it :( They're still alive but it seemed like they pooped out everything that was in them and were hanging on by a thread. I don't know how long they were flipped...
  3. ChunkieMonkie

    What to feed a sulcata?

    Update on night temps, The goove/groove tracks temps to my phone, here's a link to my google drive its in 2 hour intervals, you shouldn't have to download the file to view it. oh and It also tracks humidity. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1i0HdXmp43wb4m_QppmkYw1AXfnZMxgI6/view?usp=sharing
  4. ChunkieMonkie

    What to feed a sulcata?

    Dropping a couple more pictures. Don’t mind the current groove humidity, I have 2 other probes placed around the tank and both read over 80 & are only a few points off of one another. I use the groove mainly for the temp of the hot side. I’ll update you on the temp at night I’m not entirely...
  5. ChunkieMonkie

    What to feed a sulcata?

    Here’s pictures of Tiny on a scale. I read the post how many pellets do you recommend a day and what should I lay around instead of hay for Tiny to graze on? I read the post lots of good info, I plan on upgrading my enclosure in the future. I have a glass enclosure that I’m utilizing right now...
  6. ChunkieMonkie

    What to feed a sulcata?

    Hey gang I have a 4/5 month old baby sulcata and I have pellets, timmy hay and also kale but my tort seems to only be interested in the kale. it wont eat anything else. Is this guide good or are there better guides out there...
  7. ChunkieMonkie

    Egyptian or Russian

    Hello, I am looking for an Egyptian or Russian tortoise preferably something young hatchling, juvie, or even a sub adult!
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