Hi. I'm Messa, a new member. I have an juvinile Angulate tortoise. I have an 2000×1000mm indoor enclosure with all the proper lighting and substrate. She also have an outdoor enclosure for daytime. I from Cape Town South Africa where the Angulate originates from and also had one when I was young, for 13 years. My problem is the humidity device shows it good during the day, between 55% and 65%, which is proper for the Angulate, but at night the humidity goes to about 80% and then in the morning when I switch the heat lamp on, it goes back to normal. The Angulate don't need heat lamp at night on cause our weather is not to cold and is natural for them the cooler evenings, but not under 22 Celsius. I didn't have any problems with my other Angulate and he lived to a beautiful age of 26. He was 12 years old when I inherited him. I don't know if I'm doing something wrong. Or is it OK for humidity to increase at night-time. Please advise. Thank you. Messa.