Hello all! I have a 2 1/2 year old Leopard Tortoise that has some pyramiding, and I have been going out of my mind trying to figure out how to prevent it. I got her at one year old (with some pyramiding already), and followed all the guides on this forum about closed chambers, diet, daily soaking, outside time, herand keeping around 80% humidity. Now she's big enough that she spends most of the day in an outdoor enclosure, and night in a closed chamber at around 50-70% humidity. It seems like her shell has gotten worse since I started letting her outside all day, which is confusing since I live in Georgia, so the humidity is pretty high. Am I missing something?