I just recently got a little leopard tortoise and I just recently found this forum as well and I have some questions about the enclosure and if anyone can give me some help or tips it would be greatly appreciated! First off I live in Arizona and plan on an outside enclosure once the little guy is big enough, but right now I’ve got him(don’t know if it’s a he I think it’s too young to tell) in a 40 gallon terrarium. For the substrate I use reptibark and I’ve also got orchid bark. I soak him daily at the moment in warm water and mist down the enclosure several times a day especially in the morning before work as I’ve heard the humidity is good for them. I’ve got 2 lights one with a 26 watt uvb bulb (the brand is thrive?) and another 100 watt basking bulb from the same brand. The lights sit on top of the mesh like cover and are about 13 inches above the subrstate.. the dinky thermometers that came with it show that the warm side is at least about 80+ degrees and the cooler side about 75+ degrees and the humidity stays about a solid 50% and goes up as long as I spray every now and then. (I’ll come home from work and it says about 50%) are these temps about right? Does the humidity need to be higher? I’ve heard the tube uvb bulbs are the best but I don’t have a lamp for them and am having trouble finding something the right length (about 36 inches. ) I’ve tried two hides, one a half log and the other a rock cave like thing you see at the pet stores. He seems to like neither of them and instead always finds shade behind a little aloe Vera plant I’ve got in the terrarium whenever he goes to sleep he goes there as well. As far as I can tell he seems alright. He walks around his enclosure, he eats a little bit and actually starts bolting toward the food as soon as I place it in there and it’s adorable. I wanna make sure I’m providing everything he needs to the best of my current ability.