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Three days ago I found my Goliath Birdeater (female) in what I thought was the death curl. I looked up some advice and gave some water and checked the humidity and temperature. All seemed alright and I hoped for the best. Later that day she had turned onto her back so I wondered if she was going to molt. Two days have passed and she is still in the same position upside down with no signs of molting. I assumed she was dead and went to remove her. She started moving her legs and flipped back up right. She isn't moving or reacting to any touch. I am guessing she is dying is there anything else I can try to do to save her or is it just a matter of time. Any advise would be great thank you