Hello all. I am a new tort parent. I have been all over this forum and have learned so much! Being new to torts, I find that everyday I'm questioning how I'm doing things. One big question is humidity. I'm having trouble keeping my enclosure humid for the simple fact that it's an open top plastic tote. I tried covering it with foil but that didnt help. I searched and read @HermanniChris Greek care guide and it was everything! So helpful. I've been utilizing the lid to the plastic tote for the last two nights. After lights are out, I put the lid on (with holes in it obviously) and the temps drop to a consistent 70°F with humidity ranging from 70% to 90% throughout the enclosure. 70% where my tort sleeps. So I guess my main question is, at night using this method, I'm worried about low temp/high humidity. I've read that this is bad...but I understand night temps need to drop. It all seems contradictory so I am reaching out. During the day the top is off and lights are on, humidity is around 25% near basking spot & 55% in the hot hide. I'm guessing my tort is the sensitive type greek from what I've read. He (or she) burrows a lot exposing him to the moisture in the substrate which I understand is key. His daytime temps seem great and he eats like he just got out of prison so he seems healthy and content and I do soak him daily. So it's just the humidity with nighttime temps that I'm concerned about. I have a CHE that I used prior to reading the greek care guide, I removed it because it kept night temps way too high. By the way, his Name is Yoda. I'll attach some pictures since we all LOVE pics!