Humid Hide Boxes

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RascalDesertTort

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Awesome thanks! It's actually about 2 inches deep but that the most it can do right now. And I have a light shining directly on top of it to try and warm it up. He has a dry hide in a cool area as well. Thanks so much for the input!
 

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chadk said:
Looks nice. I like the keep the substrate deeper in there though. Otherwise it will dry out too fast. Ideally you'll have 4-6 inches of diggable substrate. It will hold the moisture for a long time and they can dig down and find it, even if you happen to forget to check on it for a few days...

I mix water into Nelson's substrate about every week so that it stays damp even when the surface dries. The problem is he isn't really big on burrowing...so is it pointless if he's not even digging in the damp substrate?
I'm such a freak about pyramiding.
 
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