Advertisement Hello, I'm a relatively new to the hobby. I've owned my first T for over a month now and am very comfortable with him. It's an assumed male A. Seemanni about 3.5 inch juvenile that is not a heavy burrower and prefers his hollow log to burrowing despite having 4 1/2 inches of substrate (cocoa fiber, Sphagnum moss mix). He is quite active at night and eats literally every time I feed him and I feed him every time he starts climbing/ wandering more than usual typically one cricket every other day. He has done this since i got him so I'm not super worried just thought to ask since I'm curious, he likes to sit either in the back of his hide or in one of the corners with his knees folded above his carapace but they're not curled inwards on the bottom. I was wondering if this is a resting stance or what, because hes very clearly not dying considering he bolts when I brush him with the paint brush. He has a full bowl of water at all time dry substrate that gets a light misting every other day. Will provide pictures if needed.