Advertisement Hello, I have been reading the forums since getting my new scorpions they are young about 1-1.5 inches from their mouth to the first tail segment. I have them in a 5.5 gallon enclosure right now that I setup for them. They have around 2.5-4 inches of substrate depending on the location and a couple hides I setup. They eat fine I put in a small feed dish every other night for since getting them about a 2 weeks ago with 3-4 dozen fruit flies. When I get up in the morning they have eaten all, but a few of them and if I try and put more in the following night they go uneaten. So at least for now it appears that is enough every other night to keep them satisfied and full. I understand they are nocturnal animals and I should not expect to see them running around their enclosures all day long. I am wondering though is there anything I can do short of pulling them out of their hides or reducing the substrate lvl so they can't borrow. Both of those are not options I'm willing to do. In order to encourage them to be more visible throughout the day a bit. I seem to see lots of pictures of ppl's scorpions out and about, but at the same time it seems they have 1in of substrate. If anyone has any suggestions it would be appreciated.