New Yellow-foot baby :)

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keiraliang

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New Yellow-foot baby :tort::tort::tort::tort::tort:

It doesn't look humid, but it's very humid and warm inside.
It just doesn't show, but water is under the mat everywhere.

Humidity: 80%

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That's a beautiful baby. I love the extra and split scutes!! I'd like to suggest a substrate instead of what you're using. YF tortoises need a humid environment, and its easier to accomplish humidity with a substrate that you can keep moist.
 

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emysemys said:
That's a beautiful baby. I love the extra and split scutes!! I'd like to suggest a substrate instead of what you're using. YF tortoises need a humid environment, and its easier to accomplish humidity with a substrate that you can keep moist.

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There's water all over the place under the mat, the floor is just for separating his shell from being wet all the time. The humidity is actually around 80% in his enclosure. :)
 

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Ditto, The enclosure does look beautiful and clean but not ideal for a tortoise that needs high humidity. They also like to snuggle in or burrow in to a substrate. Spagnum moss works well or a mixture of a few different substrates
 

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What a cute tort' I love how each picture it gets closer. Did you name it?
 
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