my friend's N. chromatus had died due to the extreme heat. what can i do to prevent that from happening to me too? average temps here in the phillipines reach 34-36C (this summer)
Well, the thing is, the effects of misting don't last long, and too much moisture is an invitation to mites. You could try placing the tank right next to an AC vent. Also make absolutely sure your T has 24/7 access to water. Hopefully you'll get more posts, someone might have more helpful ideas than I do.i don't have the budget to get a small fan. can i mist him with cold water everyday? like, really small mistings so he doesn't get too much humidity. would that help? even at night. we get 29-30C still 1 degree higher than the care sheets for N. chromatus that i've seen. this is the hottest summer i've ever experienced. damn. i hope my T doesn't die on me.