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Acting Clumsy

Gurat

New Member
Hi guys, about 3 weeks or 4 weeks ago i changed my enclosure for my T, bought one EXOTERRA. My T is still acting clumsy, like climbing with the top (mesh) of my enclosure, or sticking to a side, altough she also spends time on the ground as well. She is a chaco golden knee, and she also layed a lot of webbing on the ground, even on the sides of the enclosure, But she is still refusing to eat and acting clumsy as you can see from the pics, any suggestions?
 

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Arachnoclown

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Premolt....they often act clumsy and walk around. When they grow their new exo they have a hard time. They have to see through the old one now and they couldn't see good before. Also all their senses are off also because of this, taste, hearing/vibrations, walking and climbing/feeling.
 

Gurat

New Member
Premolt....they often act clumsy and walk around. When they grow their new exo they have a hard time. They have to see through the old one now and they couldn't see good before. Also all their senses are off also because of this, taste, hearing/vibrations, walking and climbing/feeling.
Premolt, is when the T is going to change her skin right? And how long would that be?
 

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