Dang so the moss is a no go?? What do you recommend to help hold the humidity instead? Or just keeping the coco more wet and I’ll be fine?Greetings. I see that you are using one of those grow tents. Nice. Id say two things, your substrate appears too dry, do make sure you get it nice and moist. Then your griw tent will work at holding humidity in. Second, i see a few pockets of long-stranded sphagnum moss. Ppl are in will recommend you remove it, as young torts like to nibble and eat it, often leading to impaction.
Get a nice terra cotta saucer or two sink them level in your substrate, one for food, one for water. It will help provide areas to wear down beak & claws.
ps - double check your temperatures with a good IR temp gun, make sure you have good gauges.
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I NEED SOME HELP PLEASE!! What temps should I keep the enclosure at during the day?? It’s seems to be getting up to 88/90 right now and I’m getting worried... is this okay? And if not how do I cool it down? Thank you all
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Of course! My lil guy has been loving it so far, Wellington gave me the suggestion and it’s been awesome