Hi guys! I have a short concern I'd like to get everybody's opinion on. My male Mexican red knee, "Habanero", may or may not be having some problems. Normally he happily climbs around all over his habitat with no trouble at all and can easily scale the glass. However, for at least the past two days he seems to having some trouble climbing, like he's too weak to do it. He's still very active and he kept kicking hairs at me yesterday when I tried to take him out to check on him. It's just that he appears to be constantly trying and failing to climb up. He just keeps trying to scramble up the glass and then just slipping back down. He hasn't even completely gotten off the ground. He went on one of his hunger strikes and hid for a few months before starting to eat a little bit again recently. Is he just trying to flip himself over so he can molt or do you guys think there's something wrong? I got him around June of 2016 and you guys estimated in late 2018 that he was probably around 5 years old so he's likely about 8 now so maybe it's that he's reaching the conclusion of his lifespan which I understand if he is but still hope he isn't. If you guys want I could try and get a picture of him doing what he's doing.