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I've actually got a really good question and I hope everything is ok..
But after my T's molt.. Which wasn't a pleasant one for him because he got stuck in a tight spot and couldn't roll over and get out.. Everyone on the forum advised me not to touch him.. 2 days later and he was still in the...
I actually just you tubed it!! That is so bloddy fascinating! I'll certInly try it out in the morning..
So if fangs is out and about doing fine but still very weak m.. Is there still a chance that I could lose him? Apparently even after a molt it's still pretty high in chances they don't...
He can barely move his legs when he walks.. Is that normal? But he is producing webbing around him. I'm guessing he is just trying to make it all comfortable for himself?
I've now completely blocked out any light, made sure the temp and humidity is ok.. And just letting him rest.. So any other...
So everyone was right. He had fully molted and came out on the Wednesday night but has been stuck this whole time.. He's just been chilling on his back till now... He looks a lot happier.. Well.. If he is a he or she.. I still don't know.. Hahah
Guys everything went well. I had to remove the hide most the ground abit and slowly put him out..
He is moving around well and looks healthy to me.. Still very weak but he is certainly alive!
He was defiantly stuck between the glass and the Rock and couldn't roll over even if he tried.