Pyramiding Progress?

kirbytherussian

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Hi All!!

I got my baby sulcata, Bowser, in July. He was kept in dry conditions for the first couple months of his life, which I didn’t realize how detrimental it was until I started noticing pyramiding. I have since adjusted his temps, humidity, and diet. He’s been in his enclosed enclosure for about a month. I believe he’s making progress in his shell... but can’t be quite sure.
Heres a thread of pictures from when I first got him, one month in, two months, and now. What do we think of his shell?
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The pyramiding that is as already there. Is there permanently. Yours looks pretty minor BTW
The new growth will be smoother.
It might still be too soon to see much. But you can assume it will get better. Because your husbandry has improved.
Nice job.
 

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