Advertisement About 6-7 days ago, I decided that I wasn't going to feed my Chilean Copper after a 4 day craze of feeding every day. I was advised to not to feed it so that I wouldn't "power feed it" The next day I noticed my T had crawled under its half-log, and pulled peat moss in behind it to close in the enclosure and make it dark. The T stayed under the half-log for about 3-4 days. Yesterday I noticed my T had crawled back out, and was sitting ontop of it's half-log. So, I decided after a while of not feeding i'd get it some crickets. I went today and got two crickets, came home, and dropped them in. Soon after dropping them in I noticed a bunch of web fibers connected to the glass of the cage and the half-log. My question is, is my chilean copper getting ready to molt? Should I take out the crickets, or give it a chance to eat them? Any advice is appreciated, thank you!!