Advertisement I've had a G. Rosea for about 5 months now. I think it is a male, though the pet shop had no idea and this is my fist T. so I may be wrong. I left him alone for 10 days with water but no food. Since coming back he never leaves his corner, rarely drinks water and refuses to eat anything. Its now been 27 days and no food, very little water. (Before he was very active and ate every other day if I fed him.) While I was gone the house was fairly cold. The other odd thing is that when I put in a cricket for him to eat, he sometimes jumps on the cricket like he wants to eat it, but does not insert his fangs and lets the cricket just wander off. Then he appears annoyed/afraid of the cricket and lets it walk under him by holding his legs up or such. Is this normal sounding behavior? Does this mean the T. is getting ready to molt? (I have no idea what his age is either...) Or should I be concerned? Aside from the behavior, he looks fine as far as I can tell. He's not shriveled or anything, his body looks full and healthy. Thanks for your help and if this has been gone over a million times, sorry. I tried searching and I know they don't eat for months sometimes. I am more concerned about the jumping on the food but letting it go. Is that at all normal or may he have messed up his fangs somehow?