Advertisement I went to feed my juvinile GBB yesterday and noticed that one of it's legs was on the ground next to it. It hasn't molted in about a month(so I don't think it was related to a bad molt) and I was a little worried; but I know that Ts can drop legs and regenerate them over a couple molts, so I didn't worry too much. I've been keeping an eye on it to see if it gets any more serious and this morning when I went to check on it I noticed that some of it's back legs were skewed in weird positions and it looks like the end of it's legs are starting to curl up beneath it. It doesn't look like a full on death curl but I feel like it's the start of one. I'm really confused as to why this happened/is happening does anyone have any idea what could've happened or if there's anything I can do to encourage a recovery? The enclosure has a very low ceiling, and none of the decorations are sharp/have hard edges (also it's webbed over almost everything in there) so I don't think it's fall related or anything. I'll get a picture of it soon however I reached in with my tongs to make sure it was still alive and it moved out of the possible death curl position and more into a threat posture. When it was moving it did seem a little like it's back legs aren't functioning properly. Could it be DKS? Im just really confused as to why my T could be so injured right now so any insight would be greatly appreciated! You can kind of see from this picture the front legs curling up. Everytime I bring it's enclosure down for a picture it scurries around though so idk if I'm being paranoid or if it's really not doing well.