Thanks for your thoughts, Sean. Willie created his own sol'n. He lays on top of a protective cube we have over his humidifier. He lays on it all day..it's become his basking area. He climbs around alot for exercise. I put his humidfier on low for heat until I resolved the heat problem. Now Will sleeps there at night, too. His enclosure temp runs around 79 at night. But I wonder if Will himself is too warm. What temp do you think your babies are at night? I'm not sure what to do about this. ( ps thanks for tip about carrots)
79 degrees at night should be just fine Nancy. I don't think you have to worry about that being too warm for Willy, in the jungles of Central and South America, at night, during the summer, the temps probably don't drop much below the 90s, so 79 degrees won't hurt him. I estimate that my babies are kept in the low-to-mid 80s at night, but its ok for them to go as low as 70 degrees at night. I just like to keep mine a little warmer. BTW...my usual method actually saves me about 20 bucks a month on electricity.
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With that cage I made anyone have sugestions on what I can do. Or any material I can get that will retain heat now cost alot and not be to heavy. Right now the cage is stuck as you see till i get the right stuff to make it