Advertisement You can keep an animal any way you want to but that doesn't mean it's right. People used to keep avics in very high humidity, very stuffy enclosures, and they kept dying. The term "Sudden Avic Death Syndrome" was created to describe these deaths because people didn't consider that they were keeping their T's wrong, and avics got a reputation for being fragile and mysteriously dying. Now we know they were dying because of the conditions they were kept in and we changed that. Now we keep them dry with a lot of ventilation, and the amount of avic deaths has decreased dramatically and we know that they are just as hardy as any other species. Yes people kept them sort of like you are, yes some avics survived, by some miracle most likely, but it was absolutely not the best way to keep them. We have refined our keeping, and if you want to go back to keeping your Ts like they did in the 90s then fine, we can't make you change your enclosure and it's your money you'll be throwing away, but don't expect us to have sympathy for you when you ignore all the advice given.