Advertisement Hi all, first post, so sorry in advance if this is a little long. A few days ago I got a small Chilean Dwarf Black Scorpion (Bothriurus Coriaceus). Based on what little info I was able to find online, They're from a relatively cool dry, dry area of Chile. I've been keeping it in a small Exo Terra Faunarium on about 2" of 100% Eco Earth at room temp. It's got a cork hide and a small water dish with at least a few drops available at all times, but other than that, I haven't added any more moisture. When I put it in it's new home, it explored pretty actively for a while before settling down under it's hide. The next day it started burrowing, and it's been underground ever since. Normally I wouldn't be worried, but two days ago it covered up the entrance to It's tunnel and started getting fat, even though I haven'y been able to feed it yet. It's main chamber is right against the side, so I covered that with paper, but I check every now and then to make sure it's ok. Is it getting ready to Molt? Is it possible that it's gravid? I took a picture, but the quality isn't very good. I put a small roach in to see if it would come out, and it did turn around and move towards the entrance, but not much else. Any help would be greatly Appreciated.